Per Dictionary.com, resetting means to set again; to fix in a new or different way.
I need to reset.
The last couple of months, a lot of my time and energy was spent with my family as my dads health was getting worse. I am fortunate I was able to take the time and I am glad I chose to spend my time in that manner.
When all of our energies go to focusing on just a couple of events in our lives, and those events come to an end, we are left looking around and saying now what?
We may end up grieving and/or in depression. We may end up with a foggy mind. We may have lost direction.
As we slowly come out of that fog, it is the perfect time to reset.
- Reset our minds.
- Reset our goals.
- Reset our energy levels.
I need to reset. I am still in a grieving stage. I am still having sleepless nights. I am still dealing with exhaustion.
But I am getting my mind prepared to reset.
Resetting can bring a new outlook and energy to the near future.
- I want to get back to regular workouts that I enjoy doing.
- I want to hit the gym in the early morning, which means breaking the bad habit of hitting snooze.
- I want to pick up a book and read more.
- I want to collaborate with my family to cook healthier meals. That means, everyone gets involved.
The items above will give me energy and a sense of peace.
What does resetting look like to you?
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