Question #18 Who is the most important person in your life?
It may be someone you least expected. That has been true for me more times than I can count.
And there have been many lessons learned along the way.
There is no right or wrong definition to what you feel in your heart, and no one can put a value on this for you.
If you are not sure who that would be or how to determine this you can start by looking within to identify your own core values.
What do you value in life, in yourself and in others?
Do you see a common denominator?
Often there is something that keeps showing up that is important to you, and this is your core value(s). Tag the person who means most to you below and let them know why they are the most important person in your life.
Peace, love and pear!
Now more than ever I am hearing from women about how you are seeking to be a part of a community.
A community where you can not only be yourself but be celebrated and elevated for who you are.
A community where you can be brave, explore new corners of who you are, discover what lights you up and feel inspired to design a life you love.
A community that is fun, doesn’t take themselves too seriously all while creating lasting, life affirming female friendships.
That’s who we are and what we do. Our next Gathering is next Tuesday and #SelfCareSunday series starts Oct. 28 with a special kickoff with our friends at @thebeautyboost 💕📷: @alifeenroute
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The average smartphone user checks their device about six times an hour. Small wonder so many people these days are feeling distracted and overwhelmed! Making matters worse is that we are the ones constantly interrupting ourselves, tapping that Pavlovian bell we call the smartphone, checking it when it’s buzzing and when it’s not. And what’s all that incoming information doing to us? It’s creating world of people who are stressed out, exhausted and perpetually teetering on the brink of a cold or worse, because their immune systems are similarly fried.
In short, our tech-tethered lives are making millions unwell. While that may be good news for Big Pharma, we in the sustainable wellness community have a better idea: try a digital detox — learn to cut the cord and take your life back from tech. In other words, give your overloaded, “always-on” brain a break. By doing so, you’ll be able to recharge your body and mind, re-connect with your creative side, improve your mood, boost concentration and make room for new intellectual connections you’d probably not have made had you been glued to a screen. Not convinced you may be a bit addicted? Put it this way: if you start your day by checking your email before you’ve even gotten out of bed, or worse, while you’re on the toilet, it’s time for a digital detox. Here’s how to start your dial-down…
Dr. Frank Lipman - 8 Ways To Disconnect From Technology And Get More Done!
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Over time I've learned to love my quirks, my weirdness. If there's one thing that I've always known it's who I am. I haven't always let others see me but I've been learning that the more I let people in, let them see me, all the spectacular quirky pieces of me the more connected I feel & the more I've found people showing me the same. We are mirrors to one another always and what we allow others to see in us will be shown back to us in return. Allowing yourself to shine gives others permission to shine as well!
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Last night in England and I’m feeling quite sappy. Happy for the sunset, to be by the sea, to be with my kids and husband (again). I feel grateful for the connections I’ve made in my life, the people who have given me their time, stories, perspectives and laughter, the friends who have uplifted me, the family that have stuck with me, and overall the immense love I am given everyday. ✺