This Week’s Mindful Moment: Having boundaries when you love what you do!! But to stay engaged and thrive in your passion, you must be able to pause! Boundaries in the midst of what energizes you is a must to make it all the way!
This Week’s Mindful Moment: Joy in the Journey to Our Dreams. Moments happen in our lives that need to be celebrated and leaned into. But these moments can quickly become overshadowed by the next challenge, milestone, or step towards the dream. This weeks challenge... “let your joy be in the journey, not in some distant goal.”
Mindful Moment: Get back on the bike! We take a risk, put ourselves out there and we fall. Allowing all the “what if’s” of failure to play out in our mind will keep us paralyzed from embracing the joy of truly living. This weeks challenge—it’s time to ride!!
This week’s Mindful Moment: Moving and shifting into a new, better normal! What does that look like for you, your family, your time, spiritual life, health, energy, money? This weeks challenge, pay attention to what has brought you new found joy in these areas and let that become your better-best normal.
Today’s Mindful Moment: We have so much to be grateful for… keep yourself centered in gratitude in the midst of chaos and crisis. Simple gratitude can change everything.
This Week’s Mindful Moment: How can you help in a crisis? Find practical ways to serve in a safe way! Together, WE can make a difference.
This week’s Mindful Moment with Bethany: Simple acts of kindness go a long way! Challenge… smile, say hello, buy someone a coffee, and see the magic of kindness impact someone’s day!
Mindful Moment With Bethany: Don’t let fear keep you stuck and paralyzed. This week’s challenge…. it’s time to move and take action. Get off the John and avoid stall #3.
This week’s Mindful Moment with Bethany: Don’t assume the worst about people! Believe the best intent, have grace, and ask questions with a heart to understand.
This week’s Mindful Moment with Bethany: No one is exempt from self-care. To bring the best of who we are to our everyday, sometimes that means putting yourself first.