Some of us make lists and work with them, and some of us don’t. But when you’re going through a period of overwhelm, lists can make the difference between sink or swim. The trick is to make the right kinds of lists, and use them correctly.
When we’re overwhelmed, the idea of adding another task to our load—clearing some clutter—can feel like just one more thing we have to do that we don’t have time for. But here’s the beauty of clutter-clearing. You can do it in tiny increments and still feel the benefits.
Anytime we are overwhelmed, we are also overextended. One look at our calendars and to-do lists is probably enough to illustrate this. Today, focus on the art of saying ‘no.’
Taking an assessment of your money situation is an important first step in having a better relationship with money or being better able to use money as a tool in your arsenal. Identify whether you’re in denial due to debt and the next steps for you to consider.
When we’re in crisis, it’s easy to escalate our overwhelm by indulging in “not enough” thinking. Today’s focus will delve deeper into why we feel that way and undercutting this detrimental behavior.