Personal development is similar to a flower garden. You can add more color, texture, height, or depth to it.
If your life feels too calm and comfortable, you can replace or add activities that offer more excitement and fun. If your life feels too overwhelming and chaotic, you can replace or add activities that restore order and peace.
Sometimes these changes may last for only a short season, other activities may be part of your life for decades.
It’s your life. Fill it with activities that make you feel fresh and alive. Fill it with people who make you feel loved and cherished.
Here’s a picture of my beautiful Hibiscus. The overhang from the window forces them to lean out away from the protection of the house. It has been my “plan” for the past many years to move them to the side of my condo, where they will be better supported. But even though I have neglected to do this, they thrive each year.
This is my collection of gGardening inspired stories to help you grow a new perspective and love of self
If you want to do something, and you can’t find someone to do it with you, you always have the option to do it alone. Do you dare? Or do you miss out on activities you enjoy just because no one wants to or is available to play that day?
Typically, we will not do things alone because we don’t want to be judged or we are afraid of the unknown.
Accept this week’s challenge to do something as a “party of one.”
Have you put your dream on the back burner because you don’t have the time or energy to learn the new skills needed to accomplish it? Have you let your inner naysayer tell you it isn’t worth the effort or that you are too old or too stupid to learn new tricks?
This week, I share 3 tips that will help you learn any new skills you may need to make your dreams come true!