New Beginnings — Finding Time to Make Them

You can find time to make new beginnings more often than you’d think.  Usually, when we think about transitions, change, and new beginnings, we  focus on major events like birthdays, New Year’s day, anniversaries – static points in time.

But new beginnings are everywhere, if you look for them!Sun Breaking Through

This past Saturday night brought torrential rains to New Hampshire, and much of the East Coast. Sunday morning, the clouds blew away and the bright September sun emerged.  That was a transition that certainly felt like a new beginning!

Transition points offer helpful opportunities for reflecting on your values, goals, priorities and time choices.  But why wait for particular dates to do that kind of  personal reflecting?

Change is here to stay!

If you accept that change is a constant in your life and that transitions are happening all the time for you, then there are all sorts of points where you can pause and reflect … and begin anew!

What about the transition from waking up to leaving for work?

Can you find time in there to reflect and plan your brand new day?  Or what about the transition time right before bed?   Isn’t that another point where you could pause and check in with yourself?

New beginnings — You have to stop before you can begin.

Making a new beginning is always a refreshing and proactive choice you can make for yourself.  The more you notice and honor the change taking place in your life, the more often you are able to pause, reflect, and begin again!

How often do you make new beginnings for yourself?  How can you find more time for that in your life?

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