Organize; Don’t Agonize

There are certain times of the year when it can feel like we don’t have a great sense of our schedule and our routines. Back-to-school is one of those times for me, and this year with COVID-19 it feels worse than ever.

That’s why I set a mantra for this time to keep me from dwelling in the overwhelm. Instead of looking at and focusing on the list of things I can’t control or don’t have power to change, I am going to organize the heck out of the things I can. Organize; Don’t Agonize.

What those things are may be different for each of us. Maybe it’s organizing a morning routine or an evening wind down. Maybe it’s organizing meal plans or healthy lunches to take to work. Maybe it’s organizing papers around the house or cleaning out your phone, streamlining.

It’s not as if we can ignore the list of things, but we are limiting how much space it takes up in our mind on a day-to-day basis. Start with a brain dump — get out all the things that are overwhelming or yet to be answered. Then, it’s easier to keep them in perspective, and we don’t need to dwell on them all the time. We can take steps as we are able; cross things off as we go.

For my full plan to organize; don’t agonize, check out my video:

Maybe organizing a space in your home for practice is something you can do to feel grounded. I have a free, five-day email challenge to help you create a space that works for you. Click the picture above or here to get started. You got this!

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I help busy career and family-focused individuals feel stronger by putting themselves back on their priority list and into their schedules. I value community and safe yoga, laid-back and heart-forward practices. 500 E-RYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) through Yoga Alliance with over 500 hours of accredited training and 2,500 hours of leading yoga and meditation for my community. Online Yoga Concierge, Owner: You, Yourself, and Yoga in, Kirksville, MO

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