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Let Go, Go Within & Rest

As the days grow shorter and the nights longer, the end of daylight savings time signals a shift in our daily routines. 


However, with this change comes a trade-off. The abrupt onset of darkness can leave us scrambling to complete our tasks before nightfall. This can have a significant impact on our mood, as our bodies receive less natural light and, subsequently, less vitamin D.


Scientifically, reduced exposure to sunlight can lead to a decrease in serotonin levels, often linked to seasonal affective disorder (SAD). This shift in our body's chemistry can leave us feeling less motivated, lethargic, and even downcast.



So, how do we navigate this transition and still make the most of our days? Here are three tips to help you prioritize your well-being and productivity:


1. Prioritize Mental Well-being.

Make time for self-care and activities that nurture your mental health. Whether it's meditation, exercise, or simply taking a moment to breathe, giving yourself permission to focus on your mental well-being is essential.

 

2. Make It a Family Affair.

Don't hesitate to share responsibilities and let go of the superwoman cape. Consider options like meal prepping together or occasionally ordering dinner. This not only lightens the load but also fosters a sense of togetherness and support.

 

3. Practice Kindness to Yourself.

Understand that it's okay if not everything gets done in a day. Prioritize tasks based on their importance and urgency and be gentle with yourself about what can be left for another time.


Woman wearing fall clothes.

Ultimately, these dark months present an opportunity to embrace the beauty of fall. The vibrant colors and crisp air invite us to slow down, reflect, and appreciate the fleeting moments of the season. By letting go and going within, we can navigate this transition with grace and emerge with a renewed sense of self.


So, as the days grow shorter, let us remember to savor each moment, prioritize our well-being, and extend kindness to ourselves. In doing so, we can find joy and fulfillment even in the midst of change.

A body in motion wants to stay in motion. Channel your deep need for restorative movement by tapping into our Goddess Groove series (Freedom Through Movement).


We are fearfully and wonderfully made; designed to communicate our emotions, connect with likeminded women and create sacred circles while honoring God.


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