Since it’s the month to focus on our physical and mental health, I’ll be sharing related articles. Today’s blogpost is about strategies for intentional living. I read this interview a few days, and I loved it. Whatkind of person would I be if I don’t share it with you?
The main questions that were asked during the interview are:
1. Regarding intentional living, what are a few daily bad habits that people tend to overlook when it comes to our mental and emotional health?
2. What are some ways people tend to self-sabotage their joy, and what can they do about it?
3. For those who overthink, what advice would you give to aid us in stopping?
4. You often share the importance of treating our mind like a temple. Could you speak to us about that?
The summary of her responses are:
- Think about what seeds you’re planting before the day begins.
- Stay hydrated and getting in some essential nutrients.
- We need to create better-thought boundaries of knowing when we’ve done all we can do and when it’s time to let go. And once you’ve given it to God, do not take it back.
- Assumptions puts us in a premeditated state of mind.
- Go into situations with an open mind and heart because the things we fear do not turn out the way we pictured in our head.
- Trust that if it doesn’t go the way you hoped, with God as your strength, you can adjust and move forward as needed.
- Set aside a designated time to think about the issue on your mind.
- Designate a time when you have more peace and better timing to think things through.
- Pause and realize you’re caught up in a mental loop.
Check out the full interview HERE.