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June 21, 2023 28 mins

At the time this episode is posted, we find ourselves in the heart of a family season… which might mean that your reservoir of self-care is running pretty dry. But the Chinese yin/yang symbol is a perfect metaphor for balance, teaching us that in the middle of one extreme we crave its opposite. That means that what might be missing from your summer right now is the kind of self-care that we give ourselves in a personal season.

So how do we do that in the summer, when there isn’t much time and everyone is competing for our attention? We implement one of my favorite tools, Power Hour, and create small, imperfect habits to nourish mind, body, and spirit.

In this episode I share the what, when, and how of implementing Power Hour, as well as a powerful new way to move forward in self-care habits.

For full show notes, click HERE

Links: Tools Taught In This Episode:
  • Power hour
  • Physiology before psychology
  • Keystone habits
  • It doesn’t have to look a certain way
  • Floors/ceilings
  • “Give me 6 hours to chop down a tree, and I’ll spend the first 4 sharpening the axe.” – Abraham Lincoln
  • “I’ve found that the more I expect of myself, the less I actually do.” – Stephen Guise, author of Mini Habits

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