I know there is so much going on right now between the economy, the election, the virus, and the holidays... I mean jeez! Right?! Yes! I understand. If you are running your own business or starting one because you discovered you didn't have security at the job you worked for years, you might be feeling stressed, depressed, and frustrated. I understand.
What I would like to offer you are a couple of tips to help you find your peace and serenity. First off, you have to recognize that there is so much out of your control, not your fault, and impossible to avoid. So, it's ok to give yourself a pass. Feel your feelings and accept that it is not easy to feel optimistic right now. Next, do something nice and kind for someone else. Many times when we do something that makes someone else feel good, bringing them joy will make us feel good. Seeing them or knowing that they enjoyed what we have done for them really has an amazing power to elevate us out of our negative feelings.
I know times are challenging and so many around us are not spreading love and aloha, but you can overcome your own stress and negative feelings by trying these tips: acknowledge how you feel and do something kind for someone else. It may sound corny or overly simple, but I assure you... it is well worth your effort and you might just save a life.
D Goosby of JD's Organic Productions is a wife and a mom to 8 beautiful kids including 2 sets of twins. At one point, she weighed close to 300 lbs and then lost half of it just to put most of it back on. D eventually got tired of the yo-yo. She learned some hidden truths about our food system and decided to get educated and make lasting changes. D studied to become a certified personal trainer, nutrition coach, and peristeam practitioner because she realized that she was not alone in wanting to make healthy lifestyle changes but lacking the knowledge to make anything permanent.
That is what D does today, she helps busy moms like herself, get back to where they feel good again, they look the way they want to look and they get to be a healthy role model for their families and friends.