This week I share with you something that I seldom talk about: one of my own practices that supports my work life balance.
Five year ago, I started walking in nature at least once a week – an unfamiliar activity for someone like me who grew up in a desert. I stuck to that simple, one hour a week practice, even during a period when I worked seven days a week (part-time). I did not need any kind of investment to start. I simply picked a resource available to me – in this case, the woods near my home. But the practice required a commitment on my part, a ‘stick-to-it-iveness’ that made me fiercely protect the time I reserved for it each week.
Today I simply cannot measure how much that small decision has brought to my life and my personal growth. Along the way, I even discovered the nature child to actually be one of my archetypes; walking in nature is therefore my homecoming. This is why in all my trainings, I support you in finding what works for you, rather than impose the latest, most trendy practices.
Because on the inside, you already know what you are called to.