This month’s quote on page three gives some insight that might encourage us to explore doing a little “spring cleaning” in our lives:
“You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.”
The desk tops and closets in our lives can become so cluttered with daily demands, packed so tightly at times we lose sight of what is right before us, what is most important.
A sign of needing to purge through may be the stifling feeling of being paralyzed with what’s before us, unable to respond effectively (or rationally) to even the most simple of tasks. This is when I’m reminded of wise words once shared “Just do the next right thing.”
By clearing the “closets” out or “desktops” off we are more like to discover new ways to think about eating well, building stronger relationships, being effective at work, responding to stress. We may even discover something we thought we lost.
In the coming week as you see reminders that spring is coming (and it will!), look into your closet with hangers possibly jammed or the desk top that has piles of papers and free up some much needed space to be more refreshed in your approach to every day
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