The quality of her morning was pretty darn good. She had a powerful session with a client and completed many things on her list.
But the afternoon took a rather unexpected and frustrating turn.
She was constantly distracted by the needs of her kids and she found herself staring at the computer struggling to stay focused on the work she planned to do. Knowing she wasn’t in flow with things happening easily and after a long enough time of engaging in too many wasteful things she decided to give in to the fact that today was one of those ‘off’ days.
She walked away from her work and went to check on her 4 year old kid. As she witnessed him lounging on the couch watching one of his favorite shows she thought, “That is exactly what I’d love to do.”
So she curled up on the couch, her son in her lap and she settled in quite easily to a quick afternoon nap.
The ‘she’ in this story is me and here’s why I’m sharing one of my real moments with you.
It’s takes a while to learn how to stop fighting yourself but the following Law of Worthiness is indisputably true:
If you’re unwillingly to give yourself the small and seemingly insignificant moments of taking care of yourself; you send a very clear and damaging message that you are not worthy of being taken care of.
Getting the great life you’ve always wanted, happens only by way of having enough courage and self-love to take great care of yourself.
Even in your most ‘off’ of days; you are still worthy of letting yourself feel good.
PS...After taking my little nap I awoke to 3 different pieces of really great news. You're not as far away from your great life as you might think. Your life is simply waiting for a stronger showing of self-love.