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Do you Struggle with not Having Enough Time?

I love words and how we use them matters.


When you upgrade your language, you upgrade your life. 


Here is an easy substitution for the too-used phrase, "I don't have time." I find this one especially pertinent because we're all so busy.


I don’t have time → I don’t want to, It’s not a priority.


“I don’t have time” is an easy lie.

Once again, it allows us to be passive, to blame rather than speak in a way that puts us at the center of our decision-making.

Not having time to workout isn’t the same as not making time for it. I know it’s important, and I’m not making it a priority is a far more energizing statement than, I don’t have time.

Don’t be scared of your truth.

If you want to be magnetic, start talking in a way most people don't.

Most people talk as if things are happening to them. The greater truth is that things are happening—period.

In order to make sense of the world, we then get to decide, is it happening to me or for me? We make it about us because that’s how we relate to the world around us.

News flash: most things don’t happen to us unless we let them.


With Love,

Sarah x


p.s. If nobody has told you today, you matter.