The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Posted on March 14, 2013, under Transitions and Time.
The shift to Daylight Saving Time is an excellent, annual example. I notice that this transition becomes more of a challenge as I age. But I also notice how, with the years, I acquire new skills for managing the changes.
Creating boundaries is your right. Did you ever think of it that way? And during a time of transition, your boundaries help define your pathway.
You have the right to set boundaries that are beneficial to you. You can create boundaries to protect your time, your energy, and your space. These boundaries support you in using your power in appropriate ways.
Because a transition time can be disorienting, it is especially important to create your own, clear boundaries so you can support yourself through the transition process.
Assess and reassess your boundaries. Analyze the effectiveness of the boundaries you set. Are they still meeting your needs? Be specific about any problems you encounter. Then brainstorm solutions and try them out. Adjust your boundaries for a better fit. You can always change them again, if need be.
How can you use boundaries to ease a transition in your life … starting today?
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