What REALLY happens if you let things slide? When you check out of your life?
Not that much, I found.
Actually, taking a vacation from being a try-hard was a nice restoring break. (Although I did have to rediscover my fat pants).
Here’s my late night “Confession.” What happened. Why I stopped caring. Why I let things slide. And what I learned.
WARNING: FOUL LANGUAGE (I told you it was a confessional.)
Thanks for watching!
Taking a break, letting things slide, or checking out of your life TRULY isn’t a big deal.
Life goes on.
Everyone is busy with their own things.
We all need times of relaxation where we can recharge.
However, sometimes we don’t let ourselves recharge for a very long time. In this case, a planned break in the future may not do it for you. Instead, you may need to take a break NOW.
That is what I mean by “checking out of your life.” I mean NOT CARING NOW. Doing things at 50% rather than 100%. Saying no to freaking everything. Resting
Let things slide when you have nothing in the tank. And I promise, you’ll benefit from it.
What happens when YOU let things slide?
What happens when you let things slide? Have you ever tried this?
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Dr. Erienne Weine
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