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Creating Space Equals Freedom

Angie Monko - Friday, May 10, 2013
Creating space equates to freedom.  What do I mean by this?  In April, I over-scheduled
myself.  Instead of using my calendar of pre-determined appointment times for clients to
set appointments, I opened my personal time on weekends, evenings and even before
my normal starting time to allow them to book appointments. I did this due to an influx of
new clients, which is a positive thing. What created anxiety in me was not having enough
time for me. I found myself rushing about and being more impatient and short-tempered.

In April, my husband also began working in the business. And so I took some time to help
him get acclimated, but to him it didn't feel like enough time. I also felt like I didn't have
enough time to really explain things to him and to move at a reasonable pace in my own life.
I knew I couldn't keep up the pace. So in May I took a full week off with my husband, and I'm
booking time on my calendar to spend on leisure and quiet, reading more books and having
more fun. 

I am also planning to journal more and release negative emotion through emotional freedom
technique, also known as tapping. I have always honored my self-care routine of exercise,
meditation, prayer and gratitude journal, but I need to schedule more time to tap and journal
my feelings. If you want to feel more free in your life, the key is to time block your time and then
STICK to it.  The most pivotal time blocking is for your self-care routine.  Do this for yourself. 
Put YOU first.  And then continue to block enough time for yourself to have the space to slow
down and go within. Afraid to slow down the frantic pace and go within?  If so, what are you
afraid to face?  Not thinking about it won't solve anything.  No matter what may be going on
in your life, it CAN be handled. You may feel trapped right now in your circumstances.

I understand because I have felt this way in a relationship, in my prior career, and even in
my financial situation.  The good news is that you don't have to fix everything in one day.
It just takes one small step and one small act of courage to begin to change your life in
dramatic, positive ways, BUT you have to take that first step. Creating space in your life
to slow down, get quiet, look within for the answers, is the key.  Ask yourself what is the
next right step you can take today.

PS:  If you’re really serious about creating your most magnificent life, click on the attached to see
if you qualify for a discovery session: http://www.harmonyharbor.com/discovery-session

PSS:  Do you have friends and family that are also interested in creating their own destinies of
joy and freedom?  Send them to: http://www.harmonyharbor.com/news-register

God Bless,

Angie Monko
(314) 422-6520
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