How are you doing today?
There is so much going on in the world - acts of violence are happening, and it’s okay to feel anxious, scared, or traumatized. But remember that there is no shame in taking intentional moments for your mental wellness.
We will stand stronger against violence and fight harder for justice from a place of mental and physical health.
When you embrace intentional living, you can live on your own terms and create a life of meaning and purpose.
Here are a few ways to be intentional throughout your day.
Pay attention to your body
Practice mindful eating
Make time to meditate
Create space in your calendar
Now that you know how you can start adding mindfulness into your daily routine, ask yourself these questions.
How do you spend your time, money, and energy?
Are you living in alignment with what matters most to you? If not, what needs to change?
As we head into the weekend, take some time for yourself to practice self-care.
Sometimes, the deepest and most necessary forms of care might feel a bit like work. Getting off our devices, going outside for a walk, sweating it out with some exercise...these things are not always easy, nor do they feel as indulgent as commercialized self-care might lead us to believe.
Don't get us wrong, there is nothing wrong with a sheet mask and Netflix - but maybe take the chance to reframe your approach to mindfulness and self-care this weekend by truly and deeply asking yourself what you need. Answer honestly. And maybe try something new 💙