If I was to reflect on the tool I have shared the most with my clients, (and used myself), particularly during challenging times, it is to live one day at a time.
Our lives are broken up in to 24 hour blocks in which we have time to do many things, and towards the end of the block we rest, before the new block begins.
Now that we are well in to the new year it is not uncommon for overwhelm to kick in as we look at what lies ahead for the new year, new targets, or whatever else is happening in either your professional or personal lives.
It may be that you have commenced a new wellness regime for the new year and are finding yourself already losing momentum. One of the best ways to get back on track is to remember ‘why’ your commenced it and to take it one day at a time.
Each 24 hour block will soon add up to a week, a month, a lifetime of fulfilment.
Living one day at a time relates also to experiencing all of the good in life. When you are having a fabulous day, relish in it and build the memories. Record them if you have to as these are the days on which you build your inner resilience and are great reminders to how resourceful and resilient you really are.
Have an outstanding week and make each day count.