We’re living during an unprecedented time in our world’s history. High anxiety paired with the constant feeling of uncertainty brought on by the Coronavirus has made it hard to focus on anything, let alone anything happy or positive. It’s hard, but it’s not impossible.
With all the unknown variables, it’s easy to lose yourself in stressful situations like these, but it’s important to acknowledge the small things and give yourself (and those around you) grace, lovingly.
If you have been feeling down lately, here are two ways that can help you find happiness throughout your day.
Find joy in the little things.
These are the opportune moments to find joy in the little things. Taking a moment to absorb the positivity generated from simple actions or words can boost your morale. Think of it as giving yourself an affirming pat on the back, or interpreting it as a sign that things will be alright.
Did you finally perfect a new recipe? Practice some self-care, or take the time to learn a new skill or hobby? Maintaining your personal needs, taking care of yourself, and stimulating your happiness, is the most important task. Always take time to make yourself a priority. Meditate for peace of mind, plan, or journal for clarity, read a book, whatever makes you feel positive and happy, is always worth making time for.
Please remember that you’re not alone. If negative thoughts continue to linger, call a friend, or reach out to me as well. I am currently offering special sessions to those in the Find Body Freedom Facebook Group. If you’re not a member-- join now and watch this video and the offer is available to you as well.
Additionally, if you’re interested in sampling the Find Body Freedom Program but not ready to fully commit, we now offer the individual modules for purchase! If you want more than one, contact me for a special discount. The modules will give you all of the amazing nuggets from the various sessions within the program, completely at your pace and on your own time.
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
We’re all in this together, and I am here for you.