Treating Yourself Well

I have a MILE long to-do list.

For the past week I’ve been feeling super-anxious because of all the things I need to get done. Amongst my list:

  • Finish creating a presentation by August 1
  • Speaking Engagement on August 7
  • Write a chapter for a book that will be syndicated all over the world
  • Come up with a proposal for a client
  • Do 2 copywriting jobs
  • …etc!

I’m currently traveling and haven’t had a lot of time to work. I figured I’d allocate Thursday to getting a lot of things done.

However, when Thursday came, I was just NOT in the mood to work.

I found myself wasting time all day, and before I knew it, it was 5PM.

UGH!

So I decided I’d “force” myself to work for a few hours, then reward myself by going out to play.

(I should have known, any time I use the word “force” I am NOT in my highest alignment.)

Luckily I looked at the room service menu and nothing was calling to me.

So I decided instead of getting something that wasn’t singing to my senses, I’d take myself out to dinner at Chart House instead. And I am SO glad I did!

My meal was MAGNIFICENT. The food was delicious, I was seated next to a huge and incredible aquarium, had the finest food, and great conversation with my waiter.

And you know what?

I had a notebook in my purse. I felt called to take it out and all of a sudden business ideas just flowed like crazy. All day I’d been trying to PUSH the work, but once I just took care of ME, I outlined out my entire presentation.

Not only that… but my waiter is going to help me house hunt when I move to Vegas, and possibly even become a client for my internet marketing business.

Lesson learned, AGAIN… when I stop and take care of me, and my highest choice, things just fall into place. <3

 

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