We all can find ourselves procrastinating throughout the day. Let’s explore why we procrastinate and how we can use an awareness practice to move out of the procrastination habit and move towards what matters to us.
We tend to rush through our days and, as Ferris Bueller said, fail to slow down and look around so that we don’t miss our lives. Here we explore what it would take to drop the rush habit and find various moments throughout the day to engage in savoring practices.
We sometimes have goals that we lose focus on. The WOOP process (wish, outcome, obstacle, plan) helps us visualize the obstacles that may get in the way of us living our best lives and helps us stay on track and achieve our goals.
In exploring our values or what matters to us (e.g., connection, presence, courage, joy), we can practice stepping into those values as we relate to ourselves and others. The more we can practice walking with and embodying our values, the more we can lead meaningful, purposeful, and proud lives.