It’s Supposed to Feel Good for you

your life is supposed to feel good

Your life is supposed to feel (mostly) good for you

Yes, shit happens that hurts us and makes no sense.

People are taken from us in cruel ways that we may never understand in this lifetime.

Lovers fail to choose us in the ways we choose them.

Friends leave.

It’s super sucky sad

That’s not the shit I’m talking about. I’m not talking about the shit that’s out of your control.

If you’re going through one of those times, all I can say is to hold on and do the things that make you feel the least amount of shitty in the moment.

Hang on.

Hang on.

What I’m talking about is your life at large. The last two years. The shit you can control.

How do you really feel about your life?

Are you living it in a way that inspires you and lights you up?

Or are you deferring that level of happiness until the never-never of someday?

Are you boldly creating from your heart? Or are you watching six hours of Netflix every day?*

*(PS I love Netflix. I’m so bad at committing to live television. Netflix = my boo. but six hours every night = exactly the time you say you don’t have to do the things you say you want to do).

Let’s look honestly at your last two years

(Big, out-of-control traumas notwithstanding) How many days of those 730 days were you:

  • lit up?
  • excited?
  • fulfilled?
  • satiated?
  • filled up?
  • delightfully exhausted by the end of the day because you knew you’d given that particular 24 hours everything you had to offer?

If your honest answer to this completely legit question is a little bit terrifying, if you feel like there’s a sneaky chance that you might be procrastinating with YOUR LIFE then maybe it’s time to make some changes.

I’m really good at helping my clients make small, habitual changes from a place of ease, self love, and FUN so that they can not only achieve the THINGS they want in their lives (which are completely valid and absolutely something we can focus on) but the FEELINGS that they want to feel. So that when they accomplish or have or get or be or do, they actually get to ENJOY those things.

Here are two ways that I can help you feel good in your life, right now:

  1. Get your hands on the Self Love Care Package. It’s $97 until the end of February 2017. After that, it’s going to be $297. Save yourself $200.
  2. Email me at info@clumsygrace.com to schedule your free Dream Chaser Breakthrough Consultation. Let’s take your accountability, your feelings of being supported, your habits, your LIFE to the next motherfucking level. It’ll take you thirty seconds to email. The free consultation will take less than an hour. You could be well on your way to strategic action in the direction that you actually want to go by this time tomorrow.

It’s supposed to feel good, this life of yours’. It’s supposed to work for you. If it’s not working, if it doesn’t feel good, let’s make it feel better. Let’s make it work for you.

Cheers forever to your dream life,

 

Erin McDonald
Writer, Yoga Teacher, Dream Chaser Coach at ClumsyGrace

Erin is an International Transformational Coach, obsessed with facilitating change in the lives of incredible, hilarious women. She’s a Mama, wife, friend, sister, daughter, and cousin; a seeker (and occasional finder) of an authentic life in all its disastrous glory. She has a brave heart, believes in magic, loves tacos, and always wins at Whack-a-Mole


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About the author : Erin McDonald

Erin McDonald

Erin is an International Transformational Coach, obsessed with facilitating change in the lives of incredible, hilarious women. She’s a Mama, wife, friend, sister, daughter, and cousin; a seeker (and occasional finder) of an authentic life in all its disastrous glory. She has a brave heart, believes in magic, loves tacos, and always wins at Whack-a-Mole