New seasons almost always require new rhythms. But most of us (myself included) don’t make adjustments in order to thrive.
If you’ve been around here for a long time or just started connecting with me, you know that I share about rhythms and routines. So, this isn’t entirely new but I have something new to add that I believe will help you!!
We are in a new and exciting season—and our new weekly routine has left me with little left in the tank come Monday mornings.
For the past year, I’ve written my Hey Girl! E-mails Monday morning after dropping the kids off at school.
I used to be overflowing with encouragement and insight and all the inspo!
However the past few weeks, I have struggled to find the words.
Coaching women for the past decade, I’ve noticed that this is when most people feel frustrated or “burn out” and start quitting or giving up on their commitments.
I recognized this pattern and so I did a check-in. My Hey Girl! e mail is one of my favorite ways to connect with you and I know that not showing up isn’t the answer.
Instead of coming to the conclusion that I need to stop doing it and make a knee jerk reaction to the fatigue I was experiencing; I looked for a new place for it.
Monday mornings aren’t when I can give you my best insight and wisdom that I promise—so I’ve identified and made room for it on a day I’m feeling more filled up!
I will still show up in people's inbox (not me but my words haha!) Monday mornings, but when I craft my words and show up to bring you my best will be on a different day.
So before you respond out of fatigue and frustration and decide to quit something or back out of commitments you know are honoring the goals and desires you have for your life—take a second.
Do a check-in and ask yourself if this is worth moving around and making room for, first!
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