Sometimes I think being breathlessly busy is the modern way of living, and there’s nothing we can do about it. But is it true?
I hear so many women saying, “I’m so busy. I don’t have time.” And I’m guilty of that too. However, one day I was sitting on the beach, looking at the ocean and relaxing, when I had an epiphany.
What is Rushing Women Syndrome Costing you?
The epiphany was, well, there were two epiphanies.
Epiphany no 1 was: When you say to people that you are always busy, they stop reaching out to you. Instead, they leave you alone because they don’t want to disturb you. Eventually, you end up without close friends or a supportive network because you were so busy running on a hamster wheel.
Epiphany no 2 was: I’m the master of my time, for God’s sake. So I choose what I’ll say yes to.
Change how you speak to yourself
So, I replaced my old mantra, “I DON’T HAVE TIME.” with a new mantra, “WHAT I DID TODAY IS ENOUGH.”
But that’s not all. I took it a step further and decided to plan my days and commitments in aliment with my energy.
Want to know how I did it? In Conversations With The Divine Feminine by Diana Ademko I’m sharing how I broke the cycle of rushing women syndrome.
Click here to listen to it.
In this podcast, I’m sharing:
- What rushing women syndrome is, and what’s costing you
- best tips for how to increase your productivity (without burning out)
- how to plan your months in a way you haven’t thought before
- how to do the right tasks at the right time
I hope you’ll enjoy this fantastic podcast episode with Diana Adenko, where I shared my struggles with health, burnout and overwhelm and what I did to break the cycle of rushing women syndrome.
Want to live your life with more ease, fulfilment and relaxation? Click here to banish stress and exhaustion from your vocabulary. Forever!