What I said to my fitness coach today

I want to take it slow–not jump into my day so quickly that I forget to eat breakfast or forget to pray or forget to exercise.

Those morning hours are important for making sure that the whole day falls into place. I think when I take two hours to do all those things, and not push to get things done, I will actually have a more fulfilling day.

And feel like I can go to bed on time instead of trying to fit in a few more things, leading to more energy the next morning, etc. So it seems like beginnings and endings of the day make a big difference.

I’m so thankful that I have learned to receive love and to care for myself. I’m also thinking about a coaching niche and feeling like work/life balance might be a good one because I feel that it is so beneficial to have a balanced day. One with a little learning, lots of loving, some useful work and some peace.

There are seasons in life—it is not to try to pack in every possible thing in one year, but to let time flow as it needs to.

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