What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create."

Buddha

Inspiration
&
Wellness
Sitting by the Lake

The Necessity Of It All

Whether or not you are a writer, we all need inspiration. Even more so if we are going through a rough patch in life, or if we are enduring an illness, because without inspiration, we lose our zest. It would be a matter of just going through the paces. We get up, we eat, we work, we go to bed, and then, start it all over again. An endless cycle of monotony. Our creative and emotional needs do not get met, we feel dull and lack lustre, and we may even become depressed.

 

However, when we are inspired, colour, flair, and creativity are let in. Meals become flavourful, work becomes innovative, relationships flourish. And all this happens because we were inspired by a book we read, a movie we watched, food we tasted, a person we spoke with, or a place we visited. There are endless possibilities to how we can be inspired.

But what if we feel unhappy or unwell? There may be days where we are stressed, have aches and pains, or just feel completely unmotivated. While there are many things to help with this, I have personally found that when I make a practice of tuning into my own needs, my physical and mental health improves. There had been many, many years when I ignored what I needed, and that had been to my detriment. I was existing, but not thriving. I appeared to be happy, but deep inside I wasn't.

I thought I'd share some of the things that have helped me in the past and that I'm currently working on. Please click on the tabs for more information on inspiration, meditation, affirmations, and sleep. 

 

It is my genuine hope that some of this be beneficial to you, and if you take anything away from this, please remember that self-love, self-care, and inspiration are essential and necessary to your well-being. 

Canadian Authors Association since 2016

Certified Life Coach since 2017

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