Sitting on the fence, hemming and hawing about a decision just keeps you stalled.
In this week’s episode, I cover:
If you are stuck because you can’t decide which path to choose, just pick one, so you can start moving again.
You can always retrace your steps if you discover that path is not the best one for you.
One thing I’ve learned is that sometimes I don’t know what works or doesn’t work for me, until I give it a try.
And oftentimes, what I thought I wanted, isn’t what I wanted after all. But I couldn’t learn that without making a decision and giving that “something” a try.
Insect-repelling plants: I couldn’t find copyright info/credit/link for the infographic I mentioned in the episode, so can’t share it here. Instead, here is a link to an article that lists 10 bug repelling plants. 10 Bug-Repelling Plants Your Backyard Needs
If you are on the fence about making changes in your daily routine that will support your desire to live healthier and happier, here’s a link to my Healthier Habits Foundation self-study program.
If you want to just get started, with no financial investment, download my Healthier Habits Starter Program mini-guide.
Did you know you can download this episode directly to your mobile device for listening on the go? Great times to listen include when walking/running/exercising or when driving to work or doing errands. Enjoy!
The music for this podcast is Drifting Upstream by Hyson.
Donna Doyon leads the Healthier Habits movement, helping people go from feeling powerless to powerful by taking control of their daily habits. Through her online programs, and Finding My Way podcast, Donna challenges people to step out of their current limiting roles and responsibilities and into their Whatever Venture℠ potential.
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