8,243 is the magic number…
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• And check out the Featured Article below, “The DARN Rock in My Shoe” so you can tackle the “little” things that you are just tolerating, and elevate your life.
What are your July wins? Post your wins, celebrations and loves as comments here on my blog!
With eternal enthusiasm,
Amy Ahlers, The Wake-Up Call Coach
The DARN Rock in My Shoe
by Amy Ahlers
Annabella and Me
I went on a hike the other day with my rambunctious mutt and my nearly 2 year old dynamite daughter, Annabella. About 1 minute into it, I felt a rock in my shoe. You know how it is–one of those pebble like rocks–small enough not to be so bad, but big enough to cause some discomfort. I carried on my merry way, trying not to care.
Now mind you, it would have been a total pain to stop, deal with the dog, try to balance the stroller as I shifted around on the path to get my shoe off and take the rock out. So I continued on, trying to shift my weight and walk a certain way to make the pebble go into the back corner.
All of a sudden it hit me: THIS IS CRAZY! I HAVE A RIGHT TO BE ON THIS HIKE WITH NO ROCKS IN MY SHOE! And a light bulb went off. Where else have I been tolerating things in my life? The little rocks in my shoe. So I began to make a list. Here’s a snapshot of what my Tolerations List looked like:
• Rocks in my shoes (This happens more than I care to admit on my hikes.)
• Hair that needed highlights and a good cut (On a recent blog video I even got a comment asking if one side of my hair was longer than the other. Need I say more?)
• Webpages on my website that have odd spacing (Darn WordPress glitches!)
• Comfy underwear that has holes in it (Gasp! Talk about revealing my dirty laundry…)
• Clutter, clutter everywhere (Child proofing for busy working moms=moving all things to the top shelves and mantle where little hands can’t reach!)
And I began to check the items off my list and STOP tolerating so dang much. I want to inspire you to do the same.
Tip: It is OK to delegate things on your list to others (i.e. my team of helpers included a web designer, a mom and cousin who are pros at de-cluttering, and a great hair dresser.)
Go public with your list by posting a comment here my blog (just no comments about my hair, please).