Do you ever feel overwhelmed, overworked and just done with life? The thoughts in your head are always going, like a hamster wheel. Your days are filled with monotonous, boring, everyday responsibilities. Some moments in your life are so hard to bear you find yourself curled in a ball crying because you feel so trapped, unsupported and unloved. Other days you get by and some days you have a few happy moments. Your days are filled with pleasing others or doing “normal” tasks you have been taught need to be done. You are never really living in the moment because your mind is consumed with constant thoughts.
Your alarm clock rings in the morning and you have to force yourself out of bed and begin the day. A day filled with endless tasks and no rest or break for you. No acknowledgment or awareness for yourself or your personal needs. After a while, you feel like you have nothing left to give. Nighttime comes and you crawl into bed exhausted but happy because you can finally relax. You then realize it is only Monday. You look at the book on your nightstand, you say to yourself, I have no time for my book, I need to get to sleep so I make it through tomorrow. Your days are filled with tedious tasks that “need” to be done and you are the person who has to do them. You find yourself thinking often, is this all, is this what my life amounts to? When will I get time to do the things I want to? When will my life feel more enjoyable? Does any of this resonate with you? Have you been living your life unfulfilled and for others, putting yourself and your needs last, and by last that means you never do anything for you? Where you taught that if you did something for yourself that it meant you were selfish? Self-love and self-nurturing are not selfish. When you put yourself last, you can get resentful and depressed. Living with those emotions can reek havoc on your life, emotionally, physically and mentally. Taking care of yourself is not selfish, it is selfless. Putting yourself first in life enables you to feel enjoyment, revitalized and fulfilled, allowing you to support more people and achieve more things. Creating time and allowing for your needs to be met first should be on the top of your to-do list. Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed. Feed your Soul.
Creating a happier and more fulfilling life is about making a choice to do something just for you. It can be taking the time to read, go for a walk, taking that art class, taking that nap, etc. I want you to search deep inside of you and make a list of a few things you have been dying to do for yourself. Then pick the one that makes you feel the most excitement. Commit to it, and most of all, commit to yourself. By implementing this one simple tool, you will feel revitalized and more satisfied in your life. Now, if you are thinking,”ya right, where am I going to to find the time or money for that”. Well, guess what you make it happen, and you create it. Look outside the box, as the saying goes. Life is how we choose to create it. What do you want to create and experience? I would love to hear about it, you can email me at [email protected] to share. If you would like to create more changes in your life and are needing more support, email me and we can set up a free 30-minute consultation to see where Wendy Walker can help support you.
I serve and support women who are interested in changing their lives to create a more fulfilling life – with an eagerness to grow. I love working with new mothers and single parents.
Her greatest pains: lack of self love, not connected, does not know or understand fully that we create our reality by our inner world.
Her greatest fears: they are not enough, they do not deserve what they desire, they are not worthy.
Her deepest desires: to live more authentically (from their soul), learning to create abundance in all areas of their life, to feel whole, loved and supported unconditionally. Licensed Soul Therapist Wendy Walker