If you’ve ever caught yourself overthinking, avoiding, bitting your nails, worrying, overly stressed, watching too much TV, gossiping, complaining or eating too much, criticizing constantly, lacking organization, seeking validation, being a clutter-brain, consistently checking your phone then you are not really living. You are getting caught up in the day to day and you’re missing out on your one and only life.
If you’re catching yourself on this site now, it is time to start being present in every moment of your life.
It’s time to enjoy your Present.
Life is a gift —it’s a f@^%ing miracle that humans ever came into existence!
Are you enjoying your best gift to the fullest?
If you’re overthinking, avoiding, bitting your nails, worrying, stressed, watching too much TV, gossiping, complaining or eating too much, criticizing constantly, lacking organization, seeking validation, being a clutter-brain, consistently checking your phone and many other types of numbing behaviors then rest assured, you’re not.
What does it meant to live? How can you enjoy life to the fullest? How can you make the most out of your present?
The answers are found within.
It’s time to stop running away from yourself. It is time to face your own heart, communicate with it, reconcile, become best friends with it.
Becoming your own best friend takes patience. Relearning the language of your heart takes practice. Years of conditioning cannot be undone in just seven days, but being present each day for one week, or two weeks, or thirty weeks, or more can certainly help unload the weight.
Things get heavy when we don’t take the time to unload. The voice of others i.e. friends, family, school teachers, classmates, bosses, coworkers, TV, magazines, social media, millions of app are all constantly fighting for our attention. We need to take some time to unwind and give some of that attention to our own heart.
When you follow your own heart:
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it’s time to enjoy your Present.
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