Ask what not why - an interesting concept I came across recently that can help with decluttering but also habits that you fail to implement.
It has been a while since I posted, and my excuse is, I have been busy...
Amongst other stuff I finished and published the ebook that I co-wrote with Vicki McLeod, you can check it out by clicking on the image to the right --->
We have included lots of bonuses and checklists to help you move from Chaos to Peace
But I have to admit, I clearly have not held myself accountable and I neglected and ignored a few of the things I had planned and set out to do every day or every week, including posting articles here regularly.
Has this happened to you too?
You were good for a while, keeping up with your habits - a few minutes a day.... - then life happened and you fell off the wagon?
What is the first thing you do when you realize it?
Maybe you are like me and you start beating yourself up (we would never be as harsh with anybody else) and you start asking yourself tons of "why"-questions.
Usually, this doesn't get us anywhere other than even deeper into the funk. Not helpful, right?
Then I read something interesting in a blog post the other day:
"Why" questions trigger rumination and a feeling of powerlessness. Mindfulness teaches us to focus on the "What" instead.
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