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OMG!! Stop taking care of everyone but yourself! 7 Surefire ways to refocus on what matters to YOU.

Exhausted and over it? We've got you. But we can't do it for you!

You're so kind to many other people. What would it feel like to redirect that energy back into your OWN life?

Do you want to get to the finish line of life and realize you didn't DO what you WANTED?

When everything feels loud and cluttery, stress and frustration take over. It can be easier to avoid DOING and stick to BEING (in the form of distraction or avoidance).

There are times when this is a GREAT idea, and resting, or taking a break, is great self care. The flip side to that coin is taking action that matters, even when it's small. Balance.

Work. Rest. Play. Eat. Pray. Love... You get it.

Instead of beating yourself up because you never have the energy to do the things you want to, remember this:

It's never too late to create a more fulfilling and purpose-driven life, and the path to it starts with a single step. Even ONE tiny action can start a snowball of change. Let's go!

  1. Reflect on What Matters: Think about your life and what matters to you. Consider your values, passions, and the relationships that bring you joy. Feel those things, taking a moment to pause and ponder each one. Also notice what drains you each day. It might be time for new boundaries! When you are more clear, you can start making choices that align with your authentic self.

  2. Set Realistic Goals: Stop making those grandiose plans you never finish. Start setting small, achievable goals. We're talking TINY. 10 minutes or less a day. Make ONE goal and complete it. Small victories build momentum and boost your confidence.

  3. Be Self-Care Savvy: What does self care mean to you? To us, it means LISTENING to what your SELF wants. What are you ignoring? Pushing through exhaustion? Dropping fast food in your belly because you're too busy to eat? Forgetting to DRINK WATER? Neglecting basic self care WILL catch up with you. Be nicer to you!

  4. Just Say 'No': It's nice of you to overcommit, really. How about learning to say 'no' BEFORE your plates are overflowing? Focus on activities and commitments that align with your priorities. Decline those that don't contribute to your well-being. Ask a close friend to try this with you. Tell each other NO a bunch of times until you can say it easily!

  5. Celebrate Progress: Remember, it's the little wins along the way. Any progress you make, no matter how small is paving a more aligned path. Living a regret-free life isn't about perfection. Embrace the journey. Each step forward, no matter how tiny, is a victory! They add up faster and faster once you get going. Have you revised your bucket list lately?

  6. Connect: Seek people who share your interests. Connecting with others provides a sense of belonging and encouragement. Surround yourself with positivity and let go of relationships that drain your energy. What do you love doing? Are you doing it? What excuses are you making for not doing it? Do you regret that you don't "get to" do things? What would it take to change that?

  7. Practice Gratitude WAY TOO OFTEN: What are you grateful for? How about the device you are reading this on and all the gifts it gives you? The comfy clothes you are wearing? The person who smiled at you earlier? Acknowledge the positive aspects of your life to cultivate a mindset of appreciation. It feels silly at first to be grateful for basically everything. What's true is that gratitude fuels contentment and makes it easier to let go of regrets from the past.

Living a regret free life starts with self-care and honesty about what YOU want and need. Start now with small, manageable steps. The first step always leads to SOMETHING! You've got this!

Remember, you have the power to reshape your life and refocus on what's truly important. Before you know it you'll be laughing at how easy it is to live authentically.

Thanks for reading this today, we appreciate the time you have just given us!

We welcome you to get to know us in the way that respects your time and attention.

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