Do you ever just want the world to S L O W .. D O W N a little, or a lot? It seems like this can be a never ending struggle some days, the rate at which others expect you to answer your phone, reply to your emails, finish your to do list and everything in between is relentless. If you share my desire to slow things down a little, you may be keen to use this little tool that has quickly become one of my best friends in the push back on the rush!
Letting go of the things that are not serving you or adding joy to your world is one of the most powerful ways to improve your emotional wellbeing and happiness levels. Although I am a huge believer in the concept of loosening your grip on life and surrendering more than holding on tight, there are definitely some things in life worth holding onto.
(I prefer to remember Mum from the times long before the day of the accident)
It was 28 years ago. The Day of the Accident. It has taken me that long to write these words. Car accidents, comas, life support, brain injuries … you have most likely seen all of these things in a movie or on Greys Anatomy. 28 years ago I learned why they don’t actually show you what these things really look like. The reality is just too much. It breaks you to watch, it scars you for life and if you have ever lived through any of these things, only then can you truly comprehend. It is something I would wish on nobody, and it was the day of the accident that my life changed forever.