Comfort zone is called a comfort zone for a reason – because you’ve used to living there and you feel comfortable about it (even if you’re miserably comfortable 🤪). But being in your comfort zone is not going to help you grow OR create fulfillment in your life. Here are three benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone!
Positive Psychologist | Success Coach on Instagram: "🎉 Four tricks to navigate re-entry with ease. 1. Know your limits and threshold, adjust accordingly. If you’re low energy or overwhelmed choose NOT to take more on. You haven’t been training for this marathon, you can’t expect yourself to nail it. 2. Focus on what you have control over and surrender to what you do not. Comparing yourself to others, putting pressure on yourself to “get it together” just cause more suffering and struggle. Surrender. 3. Accommodate your needs. Ask yourself every day what you need and how you CAN meet that need. If you need a break, take it. Don’t be a hero, just be what you need from yourself. 4. Create intentionality around your time. How it’s spent, who it’s spent with, where it goes. You have 24 hours in everyday that you will not get back, use your time purposefully. ➡️ Which tip will you start with ?? Share with 3 ladies who could use the reminder! Xo"
As more people across the United States are getting vaccinated, many places are slowly beginning to re-open and other social distancing restrictions are being lifted. There is an amount of uncertainty around what exactly a return to 'normal' looks like. Our brains are not designed to change direction this quickly and so anxiety come up as our body's survival response. Here are ways on how you can cope with re-entry anxiety. #reentryanxiety
All the stories we tell ourselves about those emotions like how someone should have behaved or what we should have done in a given situation create unnecessary noise in our lives. Learn to adjust expectations based on reality, not based on what you want.