You Make Plans and then There’s Life: Typhoon Edition

A view from an airplane window of fluffy clouds, blue sky, and land below.
Where I wanted to be, way above the clouds

Nothing is guaranteed

People loooove to have guarantees. We hang onto them like a sloth to a branch. Because we all want to have some element of control over our lives. It’s normal.

Instead I practice this

☝️ Gratitude

Don’t ‘catastrophize’ something that hasn’t happened

Catastrophizing is a great way to describe the phenomenon of looking into the future and imagining the worst. Then reacting to this imagined story.

Any excuse to rest should be appreciated

In our world, as adults (assuming you are an adult human reading this), we are fricken busy. Busy bees just zipping around, constantly moving and making plans and doing this and working on that.

  • Read my book
  • Wrote this article (and a few other things)
  • Listened to great podcasts
  • Learned Pranayama breathing
  • Did yoga and went for walks

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Kaya Lemaire

Thoughts and stories about Wellness, Health, and Self-Improvement | I research life-changing topics and break ’em down for you.