February 25th, 2011
Have you ever looked around you–at your life, your surroundings or the people you’re hanging around and said, “Wow, how’d I get here?” And I don’t mean that in a good way.
What do you feel more often–drained or exhilarated? Are you easily inspired or do you feel stuck in the mud? Are you feeling a frazzled or anxious?
Well, I know that we all have times in our life when we feel overwhelmed. We can’t help it. We’re human. But I think there’s a way to get beyond these moments of overwhelm and start living again. That’s why I decided to take the next month and devote myself to learning and teaching the best (and easiest) ways to get rid of overwhelm and to create more space in every area of your life.
I want to feel the lightness, the energy, the air, the focus, the clarity too. I want to remind myself of my big reason why (I’m here on this earth). I want to share my gifts with others and in turn get some genius thrown at me! I want my family, business, career, relationships to fill me up but not to the point where I can’t move or breathe.
What about you?
If you want all that plus better self & time management, higher productivity, more success in your business, relationships, and career…then you need White Space.
White Space is the air and energy around everything we do. It swirls and it moves us forward. It whistles new opportunities to us with ease. Without it…nothing can move. We feel stuck. We can’t put our finger on it. We’re confused. We let things and people in our lives slide.
I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to shake things up, do a little spring cleaning.
So that’s why I’d like to invite you to join me for 31 Days to More White Space starting Tuesday, March 1st. Throughout the month I will encourage you to take a moment each day to give yourself the gift of More White Space. Monday through Friday, I’ll be posting interviews with women who know a thing or two about creating space, inspiration, tips, and encouragement to show you its possible and hopefully inspire you to take action.
More White Space is not a challenge; it’s an invitation–to practice awareness, clear the decks, and to take action on all those dreams you’ve been dreaming.