On December 25th, 2016 I spent a glorious day alone on the Oregon coast at Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge.
The magnificence of that day inspired me to share an easy technique I began doing several years ago. It has made a world of difference in how much I enjoy my life and things around me.
Guess what? There is no sewing required! Everyone can do it.
What’s the one non-sewing thing I would love to inspire you to try?
STOP. LOOK AROUND. APPRECIATE THE BEAUTY.
Okay, so it’s three steps.
But it’s easy … STOP what you’re doing.
Stop rushing from store to store.
Stop stressing over a computer problem.
Stop dwelling on whatever your goal or your problem is in that moment.
Give yourself a minute or two or five of peace and quiet and appreciation of the amazing things around you.
These little stolen moments are beneficial in many ways. Here are just a few:
Taking a few minutes on a regular basis to enjoy the beauty that exists all around you is like hitting a reset button for your mind, your body and your emotions.
Just like learning a new routine or how to put fishing line in a skirt hem, you will need to be aware and practice regularly until “stop, look, enjoy” becomes habit.
Give it shot. I know you can do it!
I hope you’ll watch one of my few personal blogs.
P.S. At the end of the video, I share the film I made on Christmas Day. With coastal views like the ones above, you don’t want to miss it.
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Why do so few people count all the awesome, fun, fabulous things that happened the previous year?
I want to hear your inspiring stories.
What was great about your 2016 and what do you hope will be even better in 2017?
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