Day 296 Days of Recovery from Procrastination

Today i had to take a really really really long breath. I nearly passed out from holding my breath so that the trigger wouldn’t set me off.

Holding my breath made me laugh at myself. Laugh so hard that it made my trigger disappear.

You know when you have one of those days, when shit is happening left, right and centre and in your head everything is running at full speed.

That when i got in my car it was so quiet. It was actually a bit deafening. Everything stopped running at full speed and i realised i let out a very long breath. I took two big breath’s shook my head, closed my eyes counted to 10. Started my car and drove off. Feeling releaved that i had got through the day.

Life is always teaching us something and today i learnt that, what i think and what i do sometimes doesn’t matter, but sometimes it just a day at a time chipping away, at old beliefs, creating new beliefs. One’s that are appropriate for my time in life. I can not think like a pre teen, a teen, a twenty somthing or someone in their thirties, because i am past that, had those thoughts that was good for those times.

Now it is about being me warts and all. Taking a breath and laughing out loud at myself.

Tomorrow here is a public holiday and while i am working through the day, i am going to be in a great mood, seeing as i will be heading away after i finish.

No tasks for tomorrow or over the weekend, just relaxing, maybe doing some reading and hopefully some writting.

Happy long weekend every one.

Lets hope the Richmond tiger’s keep the flag on home soil.

Author: Lightbulb Moment Recovery Coach

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