Something ain’t right Jenn was working full-time, doing her own business on the side and raising her family. She participated and volunteered in the kids school activities, which seemed to take a lot of her time. She felt exhausted and even resentful. She also felt like the quality of her work was suffering. Something had to change.
Connection to self:Jenn realized when she started becoming ill and often wanted to be doing the things she wasn’t doing – like spending time with family and friends – that she wasn’t doing a very good job of doing everything. She needed to connect to what was most important to her life.
I can say yes to what’s most important to me. Sometimes no is a healthier (and happier) option.The other things can wait, or be someone else’s import piece to work on. We discussed how she makes decisions around what’s on her plate. She asks herself if it’s something she would do and if it’s inspiring to her. She asks from her true knowing, her gut and follows her intuition.