It’s new years, which is always a time of great reflection for me. I spend a lot of time looking back, and a lot of time looking into the future, visioning, planning and intention setting for the blank canvas slate of the year before me.
This is a powerful time of year for actually making new habits stick and really stepping into the best version of yourself possible.
What I invite you to do with me, as an added bonus or twist, is think about what’s the ONE thing that you are ready to leave behind.
That thing you don’t need to do/see/think about ANY MORE. Maybe it’s a habit that you let go of that stays in the past. Maybe it’s words you say to yourself, or a way of thinking about things that doesn’t serve you any more.
Here are some examples::
- Being really critical of how you look
- Being negative
- Always complaining about a certain thing
- Biting your nails, or any other physical habit you want to leave in the past
- Not putting on sunscreen
- Not reaching out and saying hi to people you love when you think about then
- Holding yourself back
- Pretending you aren’t super powerful and important
- Not taking care of yourself
- Being angry about something that happened in the past
I’m sure you can add more to this list, or have your own specific THING you know it’s time to let go of. But pick your ONE thing to let go of, to put down on your journey, and to let it say in 2013. Want a deeper dive? I’ve got you covered.
I’d love to hear what you’re letting go of in the comments section.
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