Sometimes we get a little caught up in those small things that really don’t matter at the end of the week. We have too much on our plates, completely over-think the days away.
When we get overwhelmed, things can build up and feel the need to constantly overstimulated. It’s really pointless to think this way, it doesn’t serve us in a positive direction but leads us to unnecessary anxieties. Life is much too short to focus on insignificant things.
We add useless pressure into our lives focusing on the future, when we can sit back and enjoy the journey of life, be happy in the present moment, and just let go. Sometimes it’s perfectly acceptable to sit back, simplify our minds, and say it’s okay…
…that in typical blogger fashion, you eat oatmeal for Breakfast most mornings
…that for the past week, all you’ve done for workouts is walk
…to have dreams about your future, without knowing exactly it is you want to do
…to eat Breakfast for Dinner three nights in a row
…to be grateful where I am right now
…to say no to plans because you just need some “me time”
…to know all the words in the movie Clueless
…to be content with not being perfect
…to bring snacks with you at all time
…to ignore the serving sizes on nut butter
…to replace water with vodka (on the weekends, of course)
…to strive to not be like everyone else
…to go to Starbucks twice in one day.
…to love yourself
…to eat Lunch at 11 because you’re freaking hungry
…to be thankful for all I have in life
…to celebrate the small things
…to wear the same thing two days in a row because “nobody saw you” the day before
…to consider your workout for the day walking around in heels
However, it’s not okay to miss a day without coffee…
Instead of letting insignificant moments take over your day and turn them into a bad one, get rid of that pressure you feel to be perfect. It’s not going to happen, and you’re beautiful just the way you are. With all your quirks and silly behaviors because they make you you.
What helps you the most when you feel overwhelmed?
What’s something you do everyday that YOU truly enjoy as “me time”?
What are your “it’s okay” moments in your life?
Have a beautiful Thursday!