Catching Up In Life

Have you ever felt like you’ve lost time?

I have over the past 2 weeks and now I feel so far behind in everything I had planned.

Long story short I gave myself a concussion and have been in bed for the past 2 weeks with a huge headache AND my darling husband banned all devices from the room.

Talk about trauma!

And I don’t mean the headache 😉

These are the things I was going to do during the last 2 weeks…

  • I had just started running instead of walking the dogs every day and I was going to continue.
  • I was in a 30 days of content challenge with Learn to Blog and I was really enjoying it.
  • I was going to design our kitchen for our new house.
  • I was creating a new free program for all of you to enjoy.

So instead of trying to catch up and stress myself out, I’m living from now.

If I thought about all the things that I was supposed to do in my business from the last 2 weeks I would probably have an anxiety attack and that’s not the most productive way to spend time.

I’m choosing flow.

I’m asking questions about what to do first.

I have put a list of intentions in place and I am asking for help (from sources unknown).

When the unexpected happens in your life and messes with your plans there are a couple of things you can do

  1. Start from where you are
  2. Start from where you are and if you have time do a little catch up
  3. Start from where you left off and allow it to be in the here and now, not from the past
  4. Start from where you left off and get stressed because you will be working from the past and not from the now.

At this point I’ll probably be doing a little bit of 2 and some of 3 depending on the tasks.

The trick is to pretend like you haven’t missed any time at all. Click To Tweet

You are here.

You are in the present time.

You are working to the best of your ability.

It wasn’t your fault that you got hit on the head/you messed up your diet/you didn’t go to the gym cos you were lazy/your life got turned upside down or any other situation that may have occurred.

However, it is your responsibility with how you get back on track at this point in time.

This process works really well when you fall off the bandwagon for any target you are trying to achieve.

The trick is to remember not to beat yourself up about the time you have lost.

What you should have done.

What you could have done.

What you didn’t do.

Start now. Start in the present.

And as my headache is coming back I’m going to use some amazing Renu28 and hop off this computer for a little while.

If you need some help with staying present, book your appointment with me today and let’s stay in the now!

Loving you… Loving life…

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Rosemary Davey

Rosemary Davey lives with her husband Scott and her fur babies in Western Australia. She has a background in Mind Body Medicine and Holistic Counselling and uses tools and techniques in her programs to enhance the relationships in your life.

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