After a great deal of soul-searching, I’ve decided to slightly change the direction of my life and business, as I wasn’t connecting with the focus being solely on coaching. For those of you who know me, it won’t be a surprise.
Although I believe coaching should be available to everyone (and that is my intention behind my blog, podcast, books etc.), I see myself drawn towards living a slow, simple and intentional life (you may have noticed this already).
We’ve grown so accustomed to the idea of striving as the only way, that it’s almost foreign to consider that a life of ease could be a more fruitful path to health, happiness, connection and, yes, even greater success.
I want to focus on what matters the most to me in this season of life; to feel grounded and connected, to live a slow, simple, intentional and meaningful day-to-day life by simplifying my overall life (that’s going to be an ongoing process), transform our home into a sacred space, cooking and eating nourishing and comforting meals, go for long walks and listen to audiobooks, sit at the dining table (or the beach) and meditate, take in all the wonder that life brings my way and so forth.
“The hardest thing in the world is to simplify your life. It’s so easy to make it complex. Just being so incredibly satisfied and grateful for everything I am and have. Not wanting for anything other than good physical, mental and emotional health.”
True happiness, fulfilment and meaning come from the daily habits of well-being that we each cultivate, based on our own dreams and values.
“They told us we could have it all but forgot to tell us that we might not want it. Trying to have it all is distracting us. Trying to do it all is exhausting us. Hold on to what matters. Focus on what’s essential. Let go of the rest.”
I am learning to live a more intentional life, focused on those pursuits that bring meaning, fulfilment and joy to my life. The truth is; Life is not a race, but a journey to be savoured each step of the way – trust the journey. I am not sure where my life is taking me next, but I am super excited about who I am becoming.
I hope you’ll join me on the journey, as I share with you what I’ve learned. In the meantime, please excuse the dust, as I recalibrate.