Kimberism: A quieted mind is a timely cup of comfort to a weary soul. After a transition, packing up, moving and scrubbing every possible surface one more time, I am exhausted. Although I wish someone would drop by our house, drag me out and douse me with an evening of rejuvenation and laughter, it is unlikely that a platter of R&R, or a banquet of fun will arrive at my door. Therefore, I recognize that I have to put myself in fun’s way. Self-coaching comes in handy in moments like these when I am too drained to think of how to do that. Follow along for a brief coaching conversation.
Kimber as coach: "What do you find fun and rejuvenating?"
Kimber as client: "I love alfresco lunches in a beautiful garden or at the beach, taking an afternoon nap curled up outside on a blanket, attending a raucous concert with my hubby, reading a book fireside, fresh cut flowers, and time spent with girl friends over dinner."
With a simple check-in I have discovered several possible feel good activities for rejuvenating my body, mind and spirit.
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