Who else is feeling stuck between two worlds right now? The pull of the past and the ways things were. And the reimagination of life moving forward.
Nothing feels certain, and there feels like there are so many balls up in the air. It's hard to know what to prioritize first.
Suddenly, the worries feel slightly bigger and taking the time to make a plan feels almost useless because the things you used to count on feel far less reliable.
A part of you feels reminiscent for a simpler time. Part feels so much fear and anxiety about the unknown, while part of you feels excited about something that could be a lot better.
So, what happens in the meantime? My daughter said this morning that she feels like time is speeding up, and I couldn't agree with her more. The days are flying by, and I think it is because they no longer anchored to the regularly scheduled program since COVID.
How can we make the most of this in-between time? If every tomorrow is built on how we live today, how can we ensure we are living today well while simultaneously experiencing all of these feelings?
For me, I have been making sure to get into nature every day, committing to my meditation/spiritual practice like a 1000%, eating well, limiting sugar, caffeine, and eating lots of fruits and veggies.
The other thing I've been focusing on my health. Hormonal health and nutritional deficiencies can create feelings of panic and anxiety. I have been ramping up my supplements and getting IV therapy to ensure all my bases are covered.
Another thing that has changed is the way I consume media. Long gone are my days of mindless crime dramas and depressing television fare. I've been watching comedies and documentaries that are inspiring (most of the time;) )
If any of this resonates and you need some extra guidance, we are here for you. On Mondays, I offer complimentary half-hour discovery calls, and Dr. Quinn is here for you for IV therapy and hormonal support.
This time that we are living in is unprecedented, in a time when we need each other the most, we find ourselves alone trying to figure it all out by ourselves. Well, you're not alone, and we are here to help.