5 Growing HOPE Tips Help Make a Tidy Body

5 Growing HOPE Tips Help Make a Tidy Body


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MAP IT OUT – Week 6 – ORGANIZATION

Wednesday – Tidy Your Body

I need to keep aiming higher, but I also have to appreciate the moment. I can organize my body, or tidy up who I am, by accepting this moment and moving forward from here.
[tweetthis] If I will listen and if I will learn and if I will apply then I can make the best choices [/tweetthis]

THEY have a lot to say about what I need – the amount of sleep, the amount of water, the amount of butter or not butter, the amount of sun, the amount coffee, the list is never-ending, but it is always changing – because what I need more of today I will likely need less of tomorrow.

It means I have to make a choice to listen to my body, learn my body, and make the better and best choices for my body.

Working on a Tidy Body

I tidy up my body – or make the most of my moment – when I follow a few simple ideas.

    #GrowingHOPE - MAP IT OUT - Organize

  • I get enough sleep.
  • I get enough movement.
  • I get enough care.

  • I get enough fuel.

  • I get enough downtime.

How I feel will effect what I accomplish. How I look will affect how I feel. Taking time to invest in organizing my health and wellbeing by keeping my body tidy will position me to make the most of journey.

[tweetthis] I need to find my way because it is the only way that will work for me

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The key to keeping the body tidy is like everything else – I have to find what works for me so that I will work what I plan. It is not about doing what THEY say is important, but about listening to the wisdom and knowledge and also listening to my body and then making it work.



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Kathryn Lang

#Hope builder. #Dream inspirer. Master of “it’s all about #relationships.” Aficionado of inappropriate laughter, Kathryn Lang believe we can all fly and works to help others find the time to make their dreams come true. She shares with people that are trying to walk the tightrope of family, work, and faith – and keep them all in the right balance. Contact Kathryn today to speak or teach at your next event.

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