Stuck in a slump, dragging yourself through each day in a repeat performance of boredom and apathy?
If you’re like most people I talk with, you probably feel like you’re caught in a loop, even spiraling down a rabbit hole with little or no progress being made and no indication the future will be any better.
For those of you brave enough to admit it’s time for a change, let’s start with congratulations. You’ve realized you want a better life—one that fills you with purpose, direction, and promise.
You’ve known for a while that something is missing. And instead of pursuing life’s opportunities, you’ve been standing on the sidelines watching the months and years go by without fully participating in the things that make you happy and fulfilled—the experiences that make life worth living. As a result, doubt and fear have left you feeling empty, anxious, and depressed.
Maybe I can help …
On May 1st, I’m launching my newest release, Life in Small Doses. The book is a self-improvement journal designed to help clarify your thoughts and provide a few guidelines for making positive changes in your life.
The journal can be used on its own, or as a reference and companion guide to the stories in Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And in-between, We Live (available from Amazon in eBook and paperback.)
Whether your goal is to develop a positive mindset, eliminate toxic relationships, or increase spiritual awareness, this journal will help you recognize and pursue your full potential. And in the process, you’ll acquire the skills you need to become confident, positive, and sure of yourself.
Here’s an example of one of the 35 exercises in the book:
Coming Face-to-Face with Your Imagination
Life is a teacher, if nothing else. Many of our past memories carry a lot of weight in the form of perceived knowledge and lessons learned. But can you really rely on those recollections for making good future choices and decisions?
Reference story from Real Life: Just When I Thought I Had it Figured Out, Reality Tapped Me on the Shoulder
Exercise questions and prompts:
Past experiences I’d like to repeat
People and places I expect to stay the same
Why I’m disappointed when things and people don’t turn out the way they used to
Steps that will guide me in being flexible and open to change
Dreams and goals I’m willing to adjust
Changes in mindset that will reduce disappointment when my expectations aren’t met
Life in Small Doses is available in both eBook and Paperback. Here’s a sneak peak of the journal …
As always, I’m grateful for your interest in my books and writing. Drop me an email anytime and stay in touch.
In health & happiness,
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Jill Reid is the founder of Pathway to Personal Growth and author of the Real Life Series, including Real Life, Discover Your Personal Truth, and Life in Small Doses. Available in eBook and Paperback from Amazon.