A word of significance during busy seasons
A few weeks ago a yoga teacher used the word capacious in class and I have not stopped thinking about it. On the theme from last week’s share about slowing down and being present, I have asked myself repeatedly: what do I have the capacity for?
Capacious via New Oxford American Dictionary: having a lot of space inside; roomy: she rummaged in her capacious handbag.
At a certain point, my “roomy handbag” will not only overflow but it will also be completely disorganized if I do not prioritize my needs.
I am having one of those days where I wish I had more time to check items off my to-do list. And I spent the first two hours of my morning without opening any emails. I moved my body and breathed in nature on a hiking trail. I made this decision knowing my day would be jam packed and with acknowledgment that I have recently felt glued to my screens.
Today I ask you to consider… What do you have the capacity for? When do you need to push through? And when can you slow down?
PS In case no one told you today, I love you
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