Recharge Your Energy for the Holidays (and Any Days) with This Tip

Self-love tip.
Recharge your energy today.

When you recharge your energy, you are offering yourself a gift of sustainability.

Not only does this enhance your productivity and allow you to keep going, but it’s also a powerful affirmation of your self-worth.

And now that you’re in the midst of the holiday season, any gift of time and energy that you can give yourself is especially important.

Recharge your energy now.

Imagine traveling to someplace deliciously restorative.

Does it sound exotic and expensive? 

Well, it’s actually a lot easier than you think. The key is to create your own, inner restorative sanctuary. Then, anytime you want to recharge your energy, just follow the path to that restorative place.

The empowering and self-caring thing about it is that this is a place that is available to you anytime you need it. Can you think of a better gift?

What’s a restorative sanctuary?

What I mean by your restorative sanctuary is an inner haven that you create for yourself.  There you can take the time you need to reconnect with yourself, replenish your vitality, and re-emerge with the quiet confidence of having your feet solidly on the ground.

It’s a place where you find time to breathe deeply and listen to your heart as you open and let it speak its wisdom. You accept yourself and appreciate your uniqueness. After even just a few moments you discover renewed ease and clarity.

Recharge your energy now.

To start, just envision what your restorative sanctuary will look and feel like.  Let yourself see it clearly.  And don’t worry if an image doesn’t bubble up right away. Give it some time. Relax and breathe in clear, calm energy.  Images will begin to arrive soon.

As you access this bubbling wellspring of vitality, draw on it throughout your day. You’ll stay more focused, optimistic, centered and productive.

Here’s how it helps:

Developing your power to create a circle of calm enriches you in many ways.

  • You learn lessons from troubles that used to stop you in your tracks.
  • Instead of picking up on and then amplifying others’ distress, you take a gentle step back. This allows you to be empathetic but not embroiled.
  • And you experience firsthand your enormous power to make your life better right now, in your present moment.

And for more help:

Do you ever feel like you’re running on empty and there are no gas stations anywhere to be found? That’s what it’s like when you aren’t taking care of yourself.

It’s an awful feeling and one that’s all too familiar for many of us. In fact, if I had to guess, I’d say that finding time for self-care is one of the biggest challenges going. And I’ve created an E-Guide that addresses this challenge and offers you a path to creating your own, rejuvenating self-care routines and rituals. It’s titled “Self-Criticism or Self-Care? How Your Choices Define You, Your Time, and Your Life.”

This E-Guide gets right down to business as it offers questions, insights, and exercises aimed at helping you come to a deeper understanding of:

  • What gets in your way when it comes to taking care of yourself.
  • How your capacity for compassion is connected to self-care.
  • The activities that are most nurturing for you, and how to include them in your schedule, EVERY day.

To begin your self-care journey and claim your copy of “Self-Criticism or Self-Care? How Your Choices Define You, Your Time, and Your Life” click below:

Let’s explore time together…

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