Two nights ago I posted this on Instagram…
“We travel because we need to, because distance and difference are the secret tonic to creativity. When we get home, home is still the same, but something in our minds has changed, and that changes everything”
How true this is for me a least, especially! But why is it, we can wait so long to do something that helps fill us up? Today’s episode is all about getting happy. It’s not necessarily about taking a holiday either, but our guest, the ever gorgeous Angela Simson from The Gratitude Project totally has some amazing pointers that are going to help take you closer to that inner happiness. As you’ll learn, it’s not at all about the grand gesture but about the little things that add up to a lot!
This is a favourite episode of mine.
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Here’s where it’s all at;
4:06 – Grateful, grateful, grateful… is it a new concept, does it really change the way you live your life?
5:30 – Why we are experiencing all time anxiety and overwhelm.
7:00 – The awakening – what makes us ready to change.
9:58 – The power of manifestation – if we don’t know what we want or we want life to be like, if we don’t think of these things, how can we never make them happen…
10:39 – The ‘gentle smack-down’ – do we need one?
14:33 – How Ange told us we were ridiculous to suggest there was a magic bullet BUT profound words with 5 very simple questions to bring self awareness.
15:51 – Grief. We are lost as a society and a bit stuck when it comes to dealing with it. Often it is at the core of our health and mind issues.
16:33 – How grief actually physically manifests and how we can better embody it.
18:30 – Self love – what we do. Looking into the 8 x 8 x 8 rule and making time for ourselves.
21:30 – How everybody benefits from your own self care.
24:00 – Self care isn’t necessarily a grand event, it could be having a shower! It’s about focusing on our own needs.
What are your thoughts? We’d love to hear in the comment section below and let’s get ourselves a little happier, shall we?