What is holding you back from going after your dreams, defining life on your terms and from finding meaningful work you love? What is holding you back from going after your dreams to start your business or to write a book or launch a podcast, to sell your art or clothing, or to start an online business?
On Today’s mini encouragement episode Kristin talks about how we add more generousity, adventure, creativity and passion into our lives with simple tips from Megan Holley of Living Out Loud and she shares words from Erin Hampton and Erin Van Vuren who speak to feeling truly alive. Kristin share- I have felt this for months- I am tired and worn out around the edges but it’s not sleep I crave- it’s sunshine, and the ocean, and the mountains. I crave more creativity and calmness in my daily routine. I crave blue skies and the open road. And yes adventure. My soul craves new places and road trips. It’s true- we don’t need more sleep we need more authentic living. More time in prayer and stillness to ground us. More joy from putting our hands in the soil and seeing flowers bloom. Gathering around a table with a meal and meaningful conversation. Here’s to doing little things this week that get us closer to feeling rested and energized because we are doing what lights us up.
Each week on the show we are going to help you figure out how to go after your dreams and find work you love. And how to find a healthy work-life balance and how do you fit in the things that are meaningful to you and have flexibility of time and income. We will also talk about mindset and self-development to be your best possible self in your work life and personal life. We will take the idea of meaningful work you want to do and how you create and start a business and monetize it.
Let’s start taking action to create and monetize our creative ideas and passions and turn them into thriving businesses- let’s go after our dream work, make more money and spend more time with people we love living our best lives. And learn how Curiosity, Creativity, Mindset, Communication, Play, and Faith play a role in improving