Do you really need more of this, or less of that? Didn’t we just go through that at Christmas time?
Now’s the time to contemplate a gentle approach to the next phase of the holiday season. In January our routine goes haywire, and holidays bring the heat, family drop-ins, play dates, and also quiet time to read books, watch sport, and rest.
With a whole range of external influences pulling our emotions from one extreme to the next, are they, or worse, the voices in your head, making you feel inferior, unwell, or dis-empowered this New Year?
If so, Expect Me practitioners are here to guide your holistic wellness, one choice at a time.
Personally, my best advice is to catch yourself in the moment, and feel the simple joy of what you’re doing – no guilt or envy. Rather than using the term “should have this, or should have that…”, let’s use more often the phrase “… I’m glad we…..”, and “…I’m thankful I could…..”. It’s a simple tool, and I use it all the time. I own my words, and they come from a place of truth deep within me. Go ahead, feel free to practice it.
Expect Me has experienced practitioners to support a gentle health and wellness transition that empowers you, and complements who you are and what’s important to you.
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