Living in Flow
We have always had a choice,
but now is our chance to truly decide,
will we stay frozen or will we flow?
Will you lock in, double down and hold tight to what you Know?
Will you look at what is working and what is not?
It’s your choice to ride the wave of what feels good or step off the ride of what does not.
This can be life-changing,
for you and all those around you.
What if work does not equal 40 hours a week?
What if school is best learned in a different way?
What if you stand up for what is true and beautiful to you?
I see a sinister cloud, of corporations going back to normal and ignoring their employees who are feeling so much less than normal.
Now is the time to make a stand, to show you are more human than machine...
What will you choose?
What side will win:
Right and wrong is highly subjective based on where you live and how you were raised but we all have choices in front of us now.
Will we stay rooted in the checklist of shoulds....
do we pause?
This is your chance to evaluate what is working and what needs to be cast aside.
It is no longer one size fits all.
No longer predictable.
No longer something that can be planned.
“Normal” was stagnancy and predictability.
The new way is change, flexibility and flow.
We don’t know what tomorrow will bring.
We are going to lose a lot of people.
How will we handle it:
Appreciate who and what we have
and live in our own truth today,
instead of waiting for that perfect alignment of how things could be some day.
We have today.
Make it count.
Moving from frozen to flow is hard,
it’s not what we were taught,
but it’s not too late.
If you are ready to shift your life into flow and want some support, I am launching a new experience calling “Living in Flow”. The group will be limited to the first six people who sign up as it will be an intimate, four-week, group coaching experience. We will navigate these uncharted waters according to your life, planning your course for today by following the true north of your heart. If you are interested in learning more, click on this link or reach out to me directly for more information.
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I started writing this blog because I wanted to have deeper conversations beyond "How are you?", "Busy", with other parents. Over the years I've shared personal stories, articles, authors and topics to facilitate conversations with parents about the joys and the challenges of parenting.