For this morning, pull out some paper or the notebook we talked about back on Day 1.
Part of self-care is not only doing what we need to refuel and recharge, but taking stalk of where our energy and time is going out--not only in terms of the people and projects in our lives, but also where we are directing our attention. If we don't fully understand and choose carefully, the cycle of burnout and checking out continues, and self-care remains damage control rather than the foundation we know it can be.
We got three questions for ya--
What (or who) am I tolerating that I really don't want in my life?
How am I behaving as a reactor rather than an initiator?
How am I spending too much time on things that aren't my priorities?
And of course...