About the Episode
Have you been having a hard time implementing day to day habits that lead to you feeling really good, throughout the day and throughout your being?
We are all struggling somewhere, and there are little changes in our self-care we can make that can help to get us out of a rut and into a more centered, clear, connected place.
On this week’s episode, Rachel shares the 3 changes she has made in her life that finally got her out of a rut and back into a lightness of being.
As good as it feels to sit on the couch, eat homemade baked goods and watch Top Chef, it feels a lot better to watch the sunrise at 5 am, and start the day from the inside out.
Starting the day by exploring your inner world and cutting out that which does not serve you can do wonders for your wellbeing.
This episode will inspire you to really give yourself time to be alone, to meditate on what it is that you can bring into balance into your life, to get outside into nature, and to make the commitment to implement small daily changes in order to feel good deep inside of your soul.
- Don’t wait for a better time. Start making the change you want to make now! Take some time to journal on what it is that makes you feel good in your soul and then make changes in your life to reflect just that.
- You don’t have to transform your entire life! Make small habit changes that are unique to you, that you know you will be able to implement easily into your day to day life.
- Change is hard. Cut yourself some slack, be kind to yourself and remember that it’s the smallest changes implemented over time that lead to the biggest transformation.
- Get into nature every day. Include this in one of the changes you make this week. It is non-negotiable! Would you rather look back on your life and have watched more Netflix than sunrises or sunsets? Try to find nature wherever you can in your day to day life.
- Start your day from the inside out. Take time in the morning to do something that makes you feel good and connected. Try not to look at your phone or a screen until after you have established a connection with your inner landscape.