If failure was not an option, what’s possible?
Debra : )
I believe that there is a connection between how well we are living our lives during the day and how well we are sleeping at night. Is there anything in your life that you wish you were doing? Something, perhaps, you’ve always wanted to do?
As our day turns into evening here, settle down with your journal and ask yourself a few questions:
Don’t censor yourself. Just write! There are no bad or ridiculous ideas here. Imagine what is possible…
What is your ideal life?
A fun exercise is to write down 100 things that you would like to be, 100 things that you would like to have, and 100 things that you would like to do.
A fulfilling rewarding life greatly increases the chances of peaceful, restful sleep at night. You deserve to live the life of your dreams.
Perhaps after your journaling tonight you can drift off to sleep with thoughts of your ideal life firmly implanted in your mind. What will your brain do with this information? Try it out.
Debra : )