Do You Need To Let It Go?

Do You Need To Let It Go?

It happens without me realizing it, I become a control freak. Does this happen you? It starts because I think I know how something should be done like I know how the laundry should be sorted. I know the best way but I want someone else to do the laundry and this is when I become a control freak. I see my helpful husband putting all kinds of items in the washing machine together and I flip out.

What Are You Resisting? It Might Be What You Need.

What Are You Resisting? It Might Be What You Need.

You know that thing that everyone keeps telling you to do? Maybe it’s take a class or meet with a support group or get a business coach. And you keep saying NO, you keep resisting. 

Why? 

Is it perhaps the thing you need the most?

For me, people kept telling me to journal. Even as far back as in nursing school, my teachers told me that a reflective journal would help me learn. I knew that I’d rather go to the pub and have a beer. 

Journaling?! I’m not going to do that. 

It’s about the relationship, not the vacuum cleaner 

It’s about the relationship, not the vacuum cleaner 

Getting sucked into other people’s energy is the name of the game today and it reminded me of a recent argument I had with my husband over the purchase of a new vacuum cleaner.

I pick vaccum cleaners for their style. 
I found one that was pink, it looked easy to handle, decision made. 
Right?

My husband, on the other hand, is an engineer and a lot more interested in the mechanics of a vacuum and how long it will last.

He is a problem solver, by nature. 
I am more of a free spirit. 

Who is right and who is wrong?
 

Recognize this and change how you respond forever

Recognize this and change how you respond forever

When someone pisses you off, you get all the feels. For me, my throat gets really tight and my words come out all wobbly. You may get red in the face, start to sweat, or grit your teeth.
 

When a stressful situation, or even a happy one triggers us, signs pop up in our body.


We see someone we love and we get butterflies.
We listen to fantastic music and we get goose bumps.  
We get reprimanded at work and our heart starts racing.


This is us feeling our emotions, yes, we feel them physically!