This month’s questions have a lot to do with bringing in positive energy. Even if you’re smack dab in the middle of a pandemic, you can still take action. You can get back your mojo—if it’s taken a little holiday in the sun without you. 🏝☀️ Take time to reflect on how you (really) want to live.
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How to Get Back Your Mojo
1. Get active
It’s easy to get trapped inside your head. And your home—especially during these strange, pandemic times.
Get some sunlight.
Exposure to sunlight (in moderation) is surprisingly good for your mental health. Sunlight is thought to increase the release of serotonin in our brains, a hormone which has mood-lifting benefits and helps us feel calm and focused. Yay sun!
Do something physical.
Whether it’s taking a gentle stroll, going for a run, doing an interpretive dance in your local park, get out there and do something. It helps clear the cobwebs.
2. Start with one small win
Instead of setting huge goals and telling yourself that you’ll only succeed once you achieve them, let’s try something else.
Frequent. Small. Wins.
Start by doing something you know you’re good at. Whether it’s baking a cake, taking photos of cats, making weird and wonderful things out of straws, juggling three balls for 20 seconds, just go for it. Build up some positive vibes and confidence with an easy win.
3. Sample success
What would success feel like to you? Have you ever actually gone out there and got a taste of it? Take a moment and think of what you want. What you really, really want.
Sampling your success transforms it from that idea in your head into something more physical, more real. Even more desirable. And that might be just the push you need in order to actually make it happen.