Today it was nice enough to sit out on my deck while eating lunch. Later after I finished a meeting, I stepped outside again to take a 5-minute break and enjoy the sun and fresh air.
I think it was the first time I felt like spring was here. Summer is coming. (Let’s ignore that they are calling for snow in a few days).
With spring on my mind, I got thinking of spring cleaning. The spring cleaning I started thinking of had nothing to do with putting the snowblower away or fixing the lawnmower that broke last season in the end. Nor was I thinking about opening the pool or pulling out the outdoor furniture.
What I was thinking of was spring cleaning my head.
It’s been a tough couple of years. It’s still challenging, and I need to do some things to create space for my brain.
Here are some of the things I’m thinking of for myself:
I feel really good about this list. I can’t wait to clean up and create the space I need to keep me and my business growing. I think it will be time to open the pool when I’m done!
Create space simply to “be,” and clairty emerges for you to see. Gabriella Goddard
Create space simply to “be,” and clairty emerges for you to see.
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