I recently read a great articled called “The Year I Learned to Quit”, in which the author Christine Bader talks about how important it is to know what and when to quit. My favourite quote in the article is: “I’m talking about quitting before the going gets tough. Leaning out. Not pushing yourself beyond what
“True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake, it is making the choice to build a life you don’t need to regularly escape from.” When I read these words in a post by Brianna Wiest they resonated so loudly they nearly jumped off the page! It took me a while to digest why, but
It’s already mid-January… the time of year when some (or many!) of us realise we have already broken our new year resolutions. The good news is that sometimes the best way to bring about change is to do less, rather than more. It’s also OK to give up on something you don’t really care about, which this article
“To rid yourself of old patterns, focus all your energy not on struggling with the old, but on building the new.” Way of the Peaceful Warrior: A Book that Changes Lives (2006) by Dan Millman, Quote Page 105.