It is so easy to get carried away.
There are lots of things that you could be afraid of but it doesn’t mean you should be.
I find that the more you focus on fear the more you amplify it until all of a sudden you’re having heart palpitations over something that would be better off as a passing thought.
There’s so much more to you and your life than the things you’re afraid of.
And sure it’s easier said than done but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t at least try.
For some people the idea that they can solve the problems and inconveniences in their life is not something they’ve considered.
When an inconvenience arises and you take the ‘do nothing approach’, it might not go away. It might remain or just grow and grow to the point where it’s unbearable.
Imagine you get a light pain in your back and it’s uncomfortable at the time but you just shrug it off assuming yeah, it’ll just go away. Maybe you’re right but your back is also quite important so it’s worth taking the ‘do it now approach’ and getting checked out.
In a few months that small pain could turn into something much worse.
The point I’m making can be applied to so many aspects of life.
Maybe at times we choose to do nothing because we don’t think it’s a big deal or we feel getting help would be an inconvenience for other people. Most significantly we assume that these little problems won’t be the cause of avoidable issues in the future.
The next time a problem or inconvenience comes up, don’t just ignore it, nip it in the bud as soon as you can, you don’t have to carry every little problem with you through life.
You can make things easier, if you want to.
Implementing good habits into your life can be difficult and so you might be put off from making changes in your life.
However the simple thing that might not have occurred to you is that you can try to make a good habit easier to keep up with.
It could be as easy as placing a glass of water at your bedside every night and carrying a refillable bottle with you where ever you go.
Downloading a guided meditation that you can listen to offline and setting your morning alarm with a note that reads ‘meditation time’ as a prompt.
Creating an evening ritual of preparing lunch for the next day whilst listening to a podcast at a set time daily.
Think about how you can arrange your day to make the habit you want to start practicing a seamless part of your routine.
Once you do that you’ll notice things get a little easier as long as you’re committed and willing to try.