Your Challenge Today:
Change of perspective
If you change the way you look at things,
the things you look at change.
I have things that I want to change, maybe you do to ~ it can be anything, big or small. I have to admit, I am considered a little strange because I actually like change, I get excited to try new things, go new places and do something different. I like to move the furniture and clean the closets, I find it very cathartic and an excellent way for me to clear my head as I clear the clutter. I don’t really have it all figured out, sometimes I truly struggle with simple things and it may take me a while to come up with a suitable solution but, cleaning and organizing have always been a great way for me to see more clearly, inside and out.
One of the things I like most about moving the furniture is creating a new perspective. It’s a chance to do some deep cleaning, dust bunnies and baseboards beware ~ I am on the move and cleaning is part of the process. I find that a new home arrangement gives me a sense of accomplishment in the design aspect as well as the cleaning, just knowing that I have eliminated the dust and thrown out old unnecessary items to make room for clarity in my mind and my space. I believe this cleaning, clearing and moving exercise creates room for the universe to present new opportunities due to the movement, it’s like the wind blowing fresh air and ideas into my world. This whirlwind of activity is just one way to change my perspective and look at a situation differently. Here are some more thoughts to get you started:
- What have I been doing that didn’t work as well as I would have liked?
- Where can I improve my system of organization or work flow?
- How can I change my perspective about my career path to create more personal satisfaction?
- How do I need to change my approach to exercise and my food plan to better support my goals?
These are all valuable questions that we may need to ask so we can realize our dream of better health, improved fitness or even more restorative sleep. Our relationships, our work and our home are all contributing factors in the reality of our physical health and it’s our responsibility to ourselves to set the stage for our personal success.