I’m back from maternity leave – still savoring precious time with my kids each day, but also happy to be using my professional brain a little more, getting back into creating with words, and generally reacquainting myself with the parts of Tara that faded into the background these past months.
Today I am thrilled to share with you about a new series that I want to invite you to join along with – it’s entirely free and it is fabulous.
I’m calling it Weekly Practice.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by this: we can make little internal shifts – thinking a new thought or asking ourselves a new question – that have huge results in transforming our moods, our sense of possibility, and the actions we take.
To me, this is one of the big secrets of life. It is the moment-to-moment inner things we do (not the big external things that happen to us) that bring us joy, clarity, and peace. And despite how impossible a situation or dilemma or heartbreak seems, there is an inner shift we can make that can transform – dramatically and immediately – a constricted or stuck inner state.
Starting next week, each Monday morning I’ll share a practice – a simple thing you can do that doesn’t take much time – that can help move you from worry to calm, frustration to gratitude, confusion to clarity, stress to joy.
Sometimes it will be a new question to ask yourself. Sometimes it will be a new lens through which to look at a situation. Sometimes it will be a simple action to take.
All of the practices will be easy to do in a mere moment and incredibly powerful in bringing more good into your life.
Then each week, we’ll go on an adventure together, using the practice in our lives, experimenting to see what happens, and reporting on the results. You can do that on your own, reading the new practice each week in your inbox (it will come to you as a subscriber of my blog), or you can also join our community in a private Facebook group for more discussion and to share your experiences.
Request to join the Weekly Practice with Tara Facebook group HERE, and stay tuned for our first practice next Monday!