Hello Friday people.
I’d love to be able to share with you some pithy missive this week about health, wellbeing and how we’re back outside now restrictions are lifted. However my week has been spent entirely on the same thing. Clearing out and cleaning the house as it’s sold and completes today.
So whilst I’d love to be able to send you something thought-provoking I want to use this week to remind you that sometimes life gets so involved that something has to give instead.
Sometimes being resilient is being able to manage your energies so you can apply them selectively so that you can keep going.
Sometimes being able to say ‘no’ is that best thing you can do to keep it all together.
Most-times we don’t need to be a superhero and accomplish it all.
To do this I cleared the week of anything other than running my Fit Camp sessions and doing the house*. Everything else has been shifted. We get to choose where we put that effort and energy.
I know that today there’s nothing left to do but I’m still keeping a low profile and know that by Monday I’ll be back to normal and ready to crack on with another week.
I’ve learned that I have large reserves of resilience. But only when channelled appropriately. When I spread myself too thin, nothing feels good.
So I am pleased to say that this week feels like a success.
How good are you at channelling your energies to the main thing?
How effective is it if you do (or don’t) do this?
If you think about what you’ve succeeded at this week is it because you did lots of things a little, or a few things fully?
If you’d like to learn more about how to build on your resilience please join me for the 2021 Happiest Year Yet event on Saturday 2 January when I’ll be sharing with you how you can have challenging years, but ones that you’re proud of too.
You can sign up here. Please tell a friend and let them know also. It’s great to have someone to be accountable to at these events.
This weekend I’ll continue the recharge with some big skies, outside spaces and life planning. My kind of perfect.
Have a great weekend!
*and writing this week’s Friday with Heidi of course!
FastTrack Fit Camp is an outdoor fitness business with the focus on improving people on the inside so they feel good on the outside. In 2019 FastTrack Fit Camp became a Social Enterprise and committed to distribute a minimum of 50% of profits back to community environmental projects each year with the goal of helping our local citizens feel good whilst being outside too.