Monday Mojo – Decide What Matters

Monday Mojo – feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Decide What Matters

In the UK, we are recovering from the news that another terror attack has happened, this time – and once again – in London.  

As we send our love and healing thoughts to all those affected, and keep our attention on the people who are working hard to keep us safe – both statutory and voluntary – we are also reminded that the UK is not the only country being targeted. Around the world, people are losing their lives – and for what?  There is never a good reason to hurt people, and yet fear (of change, difference, being wrong, losing control) is what seems to drive any kind of conflict. 

Days like these bring life sharply into focus for the rest of us.  What really matters most?  It’s never too late to decide if your time is being spent on things which are adding value, meaning and love in to your life. 

This week, set the intention to decide what matters.  What brings you joy? When was the last time you laughed so hard, tears of happiness rolled down your face? When was the last time you just sat in the company of someone, without feeling like you had to achieve something? What needs to happen, to make those things posssible?

If you’ve found that life has been going at such a pace recently, you’ve stopped doing things you love or spending time with people you care about, put plans in place to fix that.  Take some time to think about what’s important and whether or not your time is being spent well on endeavours that are going to bring happiness to you, and the rest of the world. 

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Copyright Delphi Ellis

About Delphi Ellis

Qualified Counsellor, Mental Health and Well-Being Trainer, and Mindfulness Practitioner. Creator of Monday Mojo™. Talks 'Lady Business', raising awareness of factors which predominantly affect Women's Mental Health like pregnancy and domestic abuse. Helping to improve the global conversation, and bring an end to stigma and shaming. Dream Explorer as seen on the telly. Avid tea drinker.

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