If you are one of the zillions of people out there - many of them busy women like me - who long for a simpler life, I want to invite you to take a hard look at the things you are doing to “take care of yourself.” (If you aren’t doing much, let’s just think about the things you think you should be doing, like working out, lifting weights, meditating, juicing three times a day, etc.…)
As life in general has become more complex, so have many of our fitness and health routines.
The result is that a) we either avoid them altogether and our mental and physical health suffers or b) we push ourselves to do things we don’t feel like doing and - you guessed it - our mental and physical health suffers.
That is messed up.
In today’s video, I open up about a time in my life when what I thought I was “supposed” to be doing to stay fit and healthy was making me anything but. Can you relate to this?
Mindful walking has become not only the simplest way for me to stay fit (and avoid all the excuses I used to have) but also the simplest way to
Clear my mind when I’m feeling unfocused
Boost my mood when I am grumpy
Jumpstart my energy when I’m feeling a little sluggish
Reconnect with the “nature girl” in me when I’ve been at my computer too long
Wake up my Inner Wisdom
...and a lot more.
In fact, I’d have to say that mindful walking put me on a path to a simpler life overall, and I haven’t looked back.
Ready to start making some things easier on yourself?
I’ve put together a little giftie for you. Enter your name and email below to grab my free “10 Quick Ways to Simplify Your Life” pdf where I share some of the top simplification techniques (from online groceries to BB cream to Stitchfix) that are working for me right now. Enjoy!
(If a simpler life is on your wishlist, be sure to grab that PDF so you’ll be on the list for my upcoming free live workshop “Clean up, Clear out, Pair down, Declutter, and Simplify for Fall”)