Fall Back 2020
Tonight set your clocks back one hour (i.e., gaining one hour); Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, November 1st at 2 a.m. Fall Back. Similar to how we've had to snooze most of our plans this year, you have some extra time Sunday morning to hit the snooze button. This is a good time to not only take inventory of items from our closet that we have to transition as the weather changes, but to take inventory of areas in our lives that we need to ‘fall back’ in to fully appreciate where we are in life. Fall is change, and release, and renew. It is time for thoughtfulness. Allow yourself to Fall Back.
It has been a trying year for many, causing a shift in perspectives, priorities, commitments, goals, routines, and relationships. This shift may have also uncovered some mindsets, habits, patterns, and behaviors that are no longer serving you. Allow yourself to Fall Back. Change might look like establishing a new routine that incorporates self-care, moving to a new city to live closer to family, switching to a better career that encompasses your skills and knowledge, curbing your social media usage (watch The Social Dilemma on Netflix), ending a toxic relationship, having difficult conversations even when it feels uncomfortable, launching that business, focusing on your nutritional intake and exercise plan, prioritizing prayer and meditation...At first it might seem like a great effort but it will be worth it.
For me, falling back looks like spending time meditating, preparing the veggies & herbs
from my victory garden harvest, and creating art (see online art store & art inspiration).
Focus on the change you want to see. Now is the time.
What has not been working for you that needs to change?