“Love feels no burden, thinks nothing of trouble, attempts what is above its strength, pleads no excuse of impossibility; for it thinks all things lawful for itself, and all things possible.” ~ Thomas Kempis

Sometimes I have days where I feel discouraged and question why I keep plugging away at my business when I don’t seem to be making much progress?  Am I really getting any closer to my vision?  This often happens when I compare myself to others and see myself as not being as good or successful as they are.  Does this ever happen for you?

Here’s how I navigate my way through those crummy days; I get clear on my WHY.  Am I doing all this for the recognition of others or is it because I love what I do and I am having fun?  If you are not having fun doing what you are doing then I suggest you do something that is enjoyable for you.  Life is way too short and I don’t believe I have to suffer.  I believe that I am here to have a good time and enjoy my life.  Most days I do and when I feel frustrated I get clear on my WHY.

Secondly, I make sure that I have fun doing something other than what I normally do. It is easy to get caught in a rut. I watch a movie, get a massage, have fun with my family, go work out and get together with people that I laugh and have a good time with.  Changing up my energy is a great way to get reconnected with what I am passionate about.  You know the old saying, a change is as good as a rest? Well it is true.  Do something that raises your vibrational energy. Something that is kind and loving for you.

The funny thing is that 2 days after my funk I received notification that my application to present at the Canadian New Thought Conference this June was accepted.  My friend said that I am not allowed to have any more boohoo days!  I never know what is just around the corner.  That is what is so delightful about creating my vision.

There is something magical about trusting that if I plant seeds and tend to my garden they will sprout.  I just need to continue to expect great things and let go of the how and when.  Now if only I would remember that 24/7!

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