For the last couple of months, my left hand had been going numb at random times. I thought it might be a sign of heart trouble, and some googling let me know it's anxiety. The ExsulCoin project has been overwhelming at times, not just because of the sheer volume of work involved, but also the sabotage that's come from people I kept close (and have had to remove). When you have to lead the way, it is, by definition, a lonely road. More than that, it's also dark and excruciating and, at times, feels like torture. Sometimes I think leaders lead so other people don't have to, so they can be spared from the despair. Maybe the only great thing about being a leader is you get to be first to see the sunlight. I took this photo after working all night and walking to the park to clear my head. No one else was around, and these birds and I watched the sunrise. And I think it's a fine metaphor: I'm the guy who grinds all night while you're asleep, quiet, comfortable. I see things you'll never see, and I know things you'll never know. I am alone.
Once we get in to a rhythm, positive or negative, the body is great at keeping that rhythm going. This makes it difficult to break bad habits.
But it's absolutely possible, and it will require some effort from yourself and a different approach to life. Although many people feel the affects of things like anxiety, many also decrease these feelings daily.
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Coming to this spot for #selfcaresunday is a must for me, there is something about the sound of waves crashing that re ground me in a way nothing else can. .
It is important for me to keep my self care simple, being someone who wants to do all the things and do them all now it makes a huge difference in if I do or don’t commit to self care. And being that this has played a huge part in my journey it is important that it is something I continue to enjoy.
How do you like to spend your self care Sunday? 💕
I’ve been for my walk today and I’m listening to a great podcast cast now.. I’m going to wash my hair & change the sheets on my bed so when I get home tonight I will have an amazing night sleep and today that’s how I am doing my self care 💤💕
Though sure, competition can help drive some people. But competing to be your best self is a worthwhile endeavor.
I chose to be my better self each day, reading about self development, and learning the skills to better my online business. I can give you access to both, just click on the link in my bio @lifestylemavins
Did a nice morning hike of Thunderbird Mountain this morning. Up and down the mountain for a total of 5 miles. Got the blood flowing and then off to the Coffee Bean for a little work! Hope you are having a great Saturday!!!! 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
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#36alive 295: Make The Ordinary, Extraordinary
Today’s post is another one inspired by Haemin Sunim and his book The Things We Only See When We Slow Down.
There is a little passage in the book that talks about how there are many more hours in our lives spent doing ordinary things rather extraordinary. Meaning we spend more time on ‘mundane’ day to day activities than we do doing things we actually really enjoy. However, he suggests that we should learn to enjoy the mundane things that we do, things like commuting to work, standing in queues, cooking dinner, cleaning up, drying our hair, changing the bedsheets etc etc…………
What he says makes sense, if we can enjoy doing the things we do most of the time then our lives will be much happier. I do realise that this can be challenging when stuck in a traffic jam, or in a queue or spending what seems like ages trying to dry you hair but we can control our thoughts and it is within us to decide how we feel about doing things.
Everyone may have different ways to do this, we have already given advice on how to enjoy commuting more both in a car and on a train on this blog so have a look back at them posts, and try to change your mind set to enjoy the ordinary, it is the new extraordinary. In this picture I can be seen absolutely buzzing whilst drying my hair, washing up and sweeping up