Do Something New Today

Do you shy away from trying out new things? Do you stick to the same routine every day?

Trying something new is really good for your well-being. It can help you get out of a rut, encourage you to try out even more new things and it might even lead you to a whole new adventure in your life.

When we stick to old patterns, be it eating the same breakfast every day, walking the same route to the bus stop, or responding to your boss with the same banter we are closing ourselves off from the multitude of possibilities in our lives and from experiencing new encounters

It’s good to shake things up a bit. Try walking a different route and admire the new surroundings you see. Experiment with new foods you don’t normally eat. Try doing something you think you are not good at. Even if you don’t like the new method at least you can say you tried this or that. Also if you did like it the rewards are uplifting to the mind that is naturally an enquiring vessel.

You may even go from this:  fromthis

to this:     to this

What will you try that’s different from your normal routine? How did that work out for you? Let us know what new ideas you tried out. And as always give yourself a huge pat on the back for being brave enough to try something new!

Enjoy!

 

 

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About cheryledwardshomeopath

As a Homeopath/Holistic Therapist with over 15years experience I have seen numerous clients with various ailments who have benefited from the range of therapies I use which include Homeopathy, Australian Bush Flower Essences, Indian Head Massage and nutritional advice. As a specialist Recovery Coach for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia I work to assist those suffering from these ailments reclaim their health, strength and energy in order to live a full and active life. I also coach individuals who feel they are not living the life they envisaged to reach their full potential and realize their dreams.
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