Taming the Crazy, Finding Your Zen

You always seem to be a day late and a dollar short.

With a cold cup of coffee in one hand and a smudge-smattered cell phone in the other, your hair hasn’t been washed in days and your jeans are sagging off your butt. You’re counting the days until payday, when you can buy bananas and stop scrounging through the pantry looking for dried fruit from 3 months ago. You last had a fight with your mother on your birthday which was last year and haven’t spoken since. You wonder about the job market and what you will say when they ask you why you have a leap year long gap in your resume. You watch your kid reaching up to the counter, pulling down the potted plant so quickly you wince and cry out, but it’s crashed on the floor already.

I get it.

It’s ok, and you’re gonna be ok.

You’re Not Perfect, Your kid isn’t either.

Gracefully Let Go of What Isn’t Working

Make it easier on yourself

Live By Your Values

Simplify Your World. The Less You Have, the Freer You Become

Fill Your Cup with Peace

It’s so important to realize that you are not innately full of peace. You actually have to fill your own cup on a constant basis. No one else will do it for you.

Stop. Breathe.

Remember that we are but a speck in the vastly huge cosmos.

Breathe again.

Keep breathing.

Remember: This too, shall pass.

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