Much like our closets and drawers get cluttered and disorganized over time, so do our minds. Our cluttered spaces are often a representation of our cluttered minds.
Setting intentions are a great way to clean the junk drawer and feel more peace in our head and heart.
If it’s not in alignment with your intentions, your answer this winter and spring might be ‘no.’ See steps below.
Setting intentions (especially during the season of winter going into spring), is a beautiful gift you give yourself.
I invite my yoga students to do it on the mat, and I would like to invite you today as well on #ManifestingMonday
3 Steps To Setting Intentions:
- Journaling is a beautiful and proven way to start this process. Take some time to set 1-3 spring intentions for yourself. Use my book LIST YOUR GOALS Journal to guide you along your path.
- Once you’ve finalized your intentions, post them in a visible spot to make sure that your goals and tasks are in alignment with your intentions. This is key.
- If something comes along that isn’t in alignment with your intentions- can you delete, delay or delegate?
Need some ideas?
Here are 5 intentions to get you started. Save this blog post for inspo and accountability:
- I am open to new experiences
- I am selective with my time
- I show up for myself with grace
- I create more simplicity in my days
- I create space and time for play
I’d love to hear one of your winter to spring intentions below. Declare it if you may.