When I wake up in the mornings, my first thoughts are not always good ones.
When you’ve experienced some of the things that I have, waking up in the morning can be a difficult place.
It has taken a long time and a lot of work to retrain my brain not to wake up in dread, fear, sadness, anxiety, etc.
This is one of the reasons I like to get up early and take my time before getting on any agenda for the day.
This allows me to ground my nervous system and get in the right mindset before starting my days.
This is a practice we cultivate in the work I do with women.
Because health and self care is something we must tend to from the moment we open our eyes each day.
Sometimes it’s as simple as a little thank you to the Universe for another day.
Sometimes it’s a repeated thought or affirmation for the first hour that I’m awake.
Sometimes it’s movement, fresh air, a song.
The ability to wake up in the morning and direct our thoughts and feelings is a practice that is tied to so many other aspects of our well being.
You must become the creator and cultivator of your own health, happiness and overall well being.
That is what my work with women is designed to do.
These last few days of my writings will be sharing a little more about the upcoming wellness programs that I’ll be offering this year.
Reach out with questions and to learn more.
Let’s make this your year