I enjoy happiness and tranquility. I slow down. I focus on one thing at a time. I sit down to eat. I take breaks in between business meetings and household chores.
I savor small pleasures. I spend time outdoors watching sunrises and listening to birds sing. I treat myself to soft sweaters and warm blankets. I browse through photos of family and friends.
I clear away clutter. I give away possessions I rarely use and store seasonal items out of sight. I put things back where they belong. Open spaces make me feel more in control.
I simplify my routines. I set realistic goals and shorten my to-do list. I balance my personal and professional responsibilities.
I practice relaxation techniques. I book a professional massage or learn to do it myself. I work on my hobbies and take warm baths. I practice deep breathing.
I empathize with others. I examine my assumptions when I start to get angry. I try to see conflicts from someone else’s point of view. I search for compromises. I forgive myself and others.
I accept reality. I face my fears instead of trying to avoid them. I let little things go. I concentrate on the things I can control.
I have fun. I play hide and seek with my kids. I sing out loud in the shower. I paint my toenails bright pink.
Today, I experience more energy and less stress. I live a peaceful life.
- What is one nonessential activity I can let go of?
- How can I feel more peaceful when I am driving?
- How can my personal actions contribute to world peace?