A dear friend of mine is going through a difficult time at the moment. She’s done a lot of personal work over the past few years and finds herself at a crossroads. Her old life is falling away and she can’t quite see what the future holds. She’s scared, sad & grieving all she’s letting go of. She’s also hopeful, and curious about what comes next.
There comes a time, around your late 30’s, sometimes earlier, sometimes later, when you start to question whether the life you’ve created is still right for you.
A lot of our old ways of living start to fall away, and we start to get a bit closer to the person we really want to be, rather than the one we think we should be.
It can be a challenging time, but it’s also a beautiful time. A chance to make some changes. A chance to decide what kind of future you want to create for yourself.
We don’t need to wait until we’re facing a crisis to ask the deep questions, it’s something we can consciously decide to do at any time.
If you have a niggling feeling that something in your life isn’t quite right, consider taking some time out. Reflect on what an alternative choice might look like. Grab a journal or notebook & spend some time on your own. It’s only when we remove the noise that we start to hear our inner voice.
As the year begins, it’s a good time to reflect on the last 12 months. What’s working? Not working? What would you like more of? Less of? Who lights you up? Who drains your energy? Are you living the life you want to live? Do you feel like your very best self (most days)?
Your answers will give you the opportunity to think about where you might need to make some changes.
Rest. Reflect. Reset.
Beach house in Byron Bay optional.