Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Creating a Stress Free Environment


I know that we can all use a little of that. We all have our ups and downs. We steamroll through out days and forget to take some time to smell the coffee, take a deep breathe, slow down.

Our homes or work environments can be a catalyst to making our days harder. As I've gotten older, I have taken time to count my blessings and be grateful. Life is too short. We need to take good care of ourselves and our spaces.

When I feel the pressure of my day starting to take a toll on me, I take a break. Take a walk with my dogs, a ride in my car to the beach, stand up and stretch, yoga or meditation helps, or just simply just take a few deep breathes and just bask in the quiet before I go back to my tasks at hand.

Our spaces should also be considered. When we take the time to treat our homes or offices like beloved treasures, we can shift their energy from being merely places to being wellsprings for the replenishment of our energy.

Spring is here, and taking advantage of making positive changes in life; sure is a good thing. Small things can make a big difference, like simply moving items so that we constantly gaze upon the things we love the most, liberating the treasures we’ve hidden in our closets, using our best dishes and making small repairs.

Organizing, making repairs, and lovingly rejuvanting our spaces can increase the good flow in our spaces and mentally provide us with a new and refreshed attitude that can make our days flow much better.

It's a new season filled with the promise of new growth, wonderous opportunities and a great success. May the joy of Spring be with you.

When there is peace in the home, there is peace in our country. When there is peace in the country there is peace in the world. Let's try to create a peaceful environment to love and enjoy.........

1 comment:

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