Me-thinks I’ve been taking on too much.
In an effort to spread the word about my mission and create something where nothing existed before, I found myself these last few days feeling frazzled and overwhelmed.
I wasn’t going to admit it to myself, let alone my readers but considering a good portion of my life was open for discussion in the News Journal article, why hide being real now?
Auntie Em, It’s a Twister
My home office aka, the Giggle On hub, looks like Kansas during tornado season. I picture Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz saying “Auntie Em, It’s a Twister, It’s a Twister“. If my grandmother were alive, she would NOT approve of the mess.
I have been plowing ahead, meeting with this person, that person, sending emails, doing research, reading, asking for advice, getting advice, dealing with drama about support groups and being sucked into the black hole called the Internet in an effort to educate myself.
The Internet is a groovy thing and yet sometimes, I just want to smash my PC into bits.
Am I addicted to my computer? Anyone else feel the same way?
What advice do I give myself? What would Christa do?
Here’s a thought….
SLOW DOWN. FOCUS!
I spent years of my life in a state of unrest, unhappiness and utter confusion.
WHY AM I RUSHING AROUND?
Am I rushing about trying to make up for lost time?
Who the hell knows? *laughing*
I remind myself about mindfulness. I tell myself…”self, enjoy the process on the path. Whatever happens will be the best possible thing. Everything is gonna be alright.”
Thoughts create reality
I ask and allow thoughts of peace, calm and knowing into my mind.
I release thoughts of confusion, anxiety and un-knowing from my mind into the universe.
Being frazzled does serve me!
*whew* Feels good to get that out.
I’m going to pick up my clown nose, shake my booty and breathe. After all, today is World Laughter Day – the perfect day to remember about being playful.
I recall my New Years Resolution to super-size my smile. I feel my mouth turn at each corner and a grin emerges. I let out a big Ha Ha Ha straight from my belly.
Cartoon by toothpastefordinner.com
Happy World Laughter Day to all of you!