Where I'm At: Interview Series - Sage Grayson of Sage Grayson Coaching

 

Welcome to the next interview in the series, 'Where I'm At'. It's a voyeuristic, yet helpful look into the lives of women who are finding where the light plays within them.

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Their daily rituals, ways of managing stress and advice to you, the readers, are captured in these interviews.

This month we have life coach extraordinaire, Sage Grayson. Sage has recently relocated to Florida from California in the US, and she provides brilliant, 'real' advice via her blog, group programs and one-on-one coaching.

I did some work with Sage last year, and lo and behold, she kicked me into high gear in many areas of my life (including this blog). I'm sure you'll love her realistic advice for balancing productivity and fun in your life (and her particularly awesome go-to dinner recipe after a busy day!).

What is your usual wake up time?

I’ve always been an early bird, and I usually get up around 6:00 am. Every morning has a new and hopeful energy to it, and I don’t want to miss it! I’m much more focused in the mornings than I am in the evenings, so it’s important for me to do my business work early in the day.

What is your morning ritual?

I start my day by making a cup of black tea and sitting down at my desk.

I listen to two guided meditations, then I flip through a stack of notecards on my desk that have affirmations and motivational quotes on them. My favorite one to read out loud is:

“Everything goes right for me”.

I do some basic stretches and yoga poses to loosen up my muscles since I’m sitting for most of the day. Finally, I review my to-do list that I wrote out the night before and dive into my work!

Tell us about your commute.

I work from home, so my commute consists of walking up the stairs to my newly decorated office. My dog Skyla is my furry co-worker, and she makes sure I take her on three walks around the neighbourhood during my work day.

Do you like to plan your day ahead or allow some spontaneity?

My weeks are planned out in advance, and I like to “batch” similar tasks together on certain days. For example, Mondays and Fridays are my days for writing and marketing. Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays are reserved for my one-on-one client calls.

I have one Master To-Do List with everything that’s on my plate, and before I stop my work for the day, I choose my three main priorities for the following day.

I’m probably the least spontaneous person I know, but I feel better when my life is orderly and pre-planned.

How do you spend your ideal lunch break to recharge for the afternoon?

Lunch time is super early, around 11:00 am, sometimes 10:30 am. That’s what happens when you wake up at the crack of dawn! As a vegan, my lunches are mostly healthy, unprocessed foods like whole wheat pasta and veggies or an enormous salad.

I’ll take Skyla out for another walk or supervise her as she tries to jump on the lizards in the backyard (we live in Orlando, Florida).

If I need a mental break from my business work, I’ll read a self-help book or a magazine like Real Simple (my fave!). Reading is a nice reward in the middle of a busy day, and afterwards I’m re-energized and can tackle whatever I have left to do.

What kind of workout schedule do you adhere to?

Bwahahaha!!! Workout? Really? Oh, you’re serious.

Well, there are times when I exercise regularly, but moving across the country earlier this year has completely thrown off my schedule. My husband and I just got gym memberships, so I have no excuse not to exercise now.

When I’m at my best self, I’ll go to the gym 3-4 days per week and take group fitness classes, usually dance or strength training. Walking and playing with a very active dog helps too.

How do you like to end your day?

Before I shut down my laptop, I take a few minutes to tidy up my desk, put my pens back in their jar, stack my papers neatly, and pull the client folders I’ll need for the following day. As I mentioned, I’ll review my to-do list and choose my three main priorities for the next day.

It sounds simple, but sitting down at a clean and orderly desk in the morning really sets the tone for my day. It’s like making your bed or putting the dishes in the dishwasher.

Outward order creates inner order.

After I’m done working, Chris and I will have dinner together or go out if it’s our weekly date night. We’ll take a “family walk” around the neighbourhood with Skyla, and maybe watch Netflix for a while. I love it that my personal life is easy and drama-free.

What time do you doze off?

I’m always in bed by 9:30 pm at the latest. Does that make me seem super boring? I can’t help it!

Being a solo entrepreneur can be stressful, and getting loads of quality sleep helps me handle whatever comes up the next day.

What do you aspire to every day but never / rarely actually do? (you can tell me, we all have them!)

I think about starting a new hobby like sewing my own clothes, or picking up one of my old hobbies like scrapbooking or drawing. Before I started my business, I used to love hobbies and crafty activities.

I know I’d be happier if I took for time for leisure, but I haven’t been able to do so yet.

Any advice for women trying to find ease in their every day?

Say no to more things! Whenever I’m feeling stressed out, anxious, or like I just want to scream into a pillow, it’s most likely because I’m overbooked and took on more projects than I can handle.

Saying no is the kind thing to do for yourself and for the people who you don’t want to disappoint. I’d rather have someone tell me no than do a half-assed job because they were too busy.

Finally, can you give us your quick go-to recipe after a busy day?

Sure! Here’s “Sage’s Recipe for a Stress-Free, Easy Dinner for Two”

Step 1: Put on your shoes.

Step 2: Grab your husband and your purse.

Step 3: Hop in the car and drive to the fanciest restaurant within 10 miles.

Step 4: Stare lovingly into each others’ eyes while you eat delicious food prepared by someone else as your worries float away into the night.

Step 5: Order dessert. Always.

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Thanks Sage! You can find her at:

Website - http://sagegrayson.com/

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/SageGraysonCoaching

Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/sagegrayson

Instagram - http://instagram.com/sagegrayson

Twitter - http://twitter.com/sagegrayson1

YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/sagegrayson1

 

 

Where I'm At: Interview Series - Nat Carter from New Outlook Fitness

 

Welcome to the next interview in the series, 'Where I'm At'. It's a voyeuristic, yet helpful look into the lives of women who are finding where the light plays within them.

Their daily rituals, ways of managing stress and advice to you, the readers, are captured in these interviews.

Nat Carter is a PT and fitness expert based in Sydney. I’ve been following Nat’s blog, Natalie Carter Talks Fitness, and her social media for a few years now. I was really attracted to her uplifting, realistic approach to health and fitness and am very excited to have her on the blog today. Nat works specifically with women to help them created leaner, stronger, fitter, more confident bodies and trains both online and face-to-face with outdoor training groups.

I’m pretty sure you’re going to love Nat too – her views on work/life balance and everyday living are very similar to the values of Where the Light Plays. Enjoy!

What is your usual wake up time?

First my alarm goes off at 5.30am then at 5.32am I physically get out of bed.

Weekends can be 7 or 8am. I’m not good at sleeping in.

How do you like to start your day?

I would like to start my day by having a coffee, lolling around in bed, then a workout, then breakfast, but my early morning sessions with clients mean my ritual is alarm, strong long back coffee, out the door, train them, small breakfast then train myself then breakfast number two, followed by more sessions and sometimes a second workout for myself.

Tell us about your commute.

I don’t really have a long commute. Everywhere takes me 15 mins each way. Long commutes don’t work for me – they are personally soul destroying.

I’m lucky I have the ability to work anywhere. I’m the proud owner of big black ute and I freaking love it. It makes me feel powerful on the mean streets of Sydney.

Do you like to plan your day ahead or allow some spontaneity?

I like both. There’s a few things like email, updating social media, writing, training and working with my clients that are part and parcel of each day.

But then I do like to mix it up each day – maybe a sail, a swim, wine and cheese, read a book and other “me time” activities. If you don’t get it by now, I’m a strong believer in work/life balance.

How do you spend your ideal lunch break to recharge for the afternoon?

Not having anyone telling me when to eat and how long I get on a lunch break is the best kind of work freedom I think anyone can have.

I eat lunch at home most days – I love it! Ideally though I could really get used to long lunches at really amazing restaurants, but I wouldn’t get a whole lot done that way.

What kind of workout schedule do you (try to!) adhere to?

I’m most productive from 6am–2pm, so I generally cram everything into those hours, including my own workouts. When you have a business it never really just stops, but the great thing I remind myself is my choices belong to me and me alone.

I used to work with clients from 6am–7pm, 5 days a week, and that led to burnout, little time for myself and made every day feel like Groundhog Day. Now I work less, earn more and feel so much better!

I keep my workouts different and mostly outdoors. I’m lucky I know what I’m doing (being a PT) so I can generally stay on track and motivated. Variety is the key for me.

How do you like to end your day?

Watching a nice sunset, wine, food and couch with my partner and the cat.

What time do you doze off?

I’m such a nanna, 9–9.30pm.

What do you aspire to every day but never / rarely actually do? (you can tell me, we all have them!)

Meditation and yoga! I feel so much pressure (mainly from Instagram) but I actually hate both of those activities so I think “why bother?”. I also hate doing what everyone else does just because it’s cool. I prefer reading, having a massage, being on the water or just being silent (I love being by myself).

Any advice for women trying to find ease in their every day? (Ed: I freaking love this answer)

Do what you love! Don’t feel bad if you choose to stay at home with the kids or if you want to be the corporate bossdog – go ahead! Remember you have the power to control your day.

Work with the clients you want to work with, the ones that bring out the best in you so then you can in turn bring out the best in them. Set up your day to get the best out of yourself.

Always do a workout – even if you think it’s too short or you don’t have time, just do it. You always feel like a powerhouse afterwards and you perform better during the day. You will never regret looking strong and tight – never ever!

Network with other women. A problem shared is a problem halved. Don’t bitch, but you get my drift.

Earn your own money! The freedom, joy…ah! It’s amazing!

Finally, can you give us your quick go-to recipe after a busy day?

Nothing is easier than a protein-rich stir fry. You think calling for takeaway is quicker but it’s not – this is!

Super Quick Stir Fry

  • Brown 150g of chopped meat/chicken/fish with an onion, ginger and garlic and move it around constantly
  • Add 3 cups chopped veg (colour always wins here) and keep moving it
  • Next a few splashes of soy sauce
  • Then a sprinkle of chilli flakes
  • Finish with a flourish of sesame seeds
  • Serve with rice, noodles or just on its own.
  • Simple, quick and keeps your waistline in check. Splash out with a small glass of vino or a few small squares of dark chocolate.

Thanks Nat! Go and follow her now at:

Blog - http://www.nataliecartertalksfitness.com/

Instagram (if you are a fan of wine, cats and sweaty face selfies, definitely go here!) -instagram.com/newoutlookpt/

Twitter - twitter.com/NewOutlookPT

Nat can also be found at New Outlook Fitness, her Sydney-based fitness company.

Where I'm At: Interview Series - Emily Roach from Fresh Paper Studios

 
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Welcome to the next interview in the series, 'Where I'm At'. It's a voyeuristic, yet helpful look into the lives of women who are finding where the light plays within them.

Their daily rituals, ways of managing stress and advice to you, the readers, are captured in these interviews.

This month we have the talented Emily from Fresh Paper Studios.

Emily is based in Oregon in the US and has her own business as a (super creative) stationery designer. She has a young daughter and provides some great insight into juggling motherhood, your own business and the rest! 

What is your usual wake up time?

I usually wake up between 6 and 7. For the most part, I don’t like to use an alarm, and years of waking up early with a baby who hates sleeping trained my body to wake up on its own!

How do you like to start your day?

First, coffee! Then I sit down with my coffee and my planner and write down five things I’m grateful for.

I list all of my to-dos for the day, think of something to make for dinner, then write some sort of affirmation. (Like today it was “I am in charge of my time. I have 24 hours and I get to choose what to do with them.”)

If I wake up early enough, I’ll spend some time writing, or drawing, or doing some strategic planning for my business.

Tell us about your commute.

I walk all the way downstairs to my studio! Working from home has its advantages for sure (I get to be at home with my spunky little 3 year old!) but it’s tough in some ways, too. I never fully leave the “office” since it’s right off the family room.

One of my big goals for this year is to move my studio into our spare bedroom so that I can have a door to shut. I’m hoping it helps me separate work from home a little better!

Sometimes to clear my head and get focused I set up in my favorite little local coffee shop. A cute environment, free wifi, and amazing coffee is all it takes sometimes!

Do you like to plan your day ahead or allow for some spontaneity?

My family and I joke about this, because I FEEL like I’m spontaneous at heart. But I actually really like to have a plan! It’s comforting to know what to expect.

That said, I often find myself over-planning and getting totally stressed out. (Plus nothing goes according to plan when it comes to life with a 3 year old!) I’m working on finding that sweet spot between under-planning and over-planning. Like planning time to complete my top 3 tasks for the day, and leaving the rest to happen spontaneously.

I find the gentler I am with myself and the more I embrace the idea that there’s enough time to do everything I need to do, the easier time flows and the more I can get done in a day.

How do you like to spend your ideal lunch break to recharge for the afternoon?

My dream lunch break? Eating a healthy lunch and reading a book. Or going out to lunch with a friend and chatting about life and big dreams.

My real life lunch time? Usually it’s grabbing something quick to eat while answering client emails, or on-the-go while running errands. That’s another big goal of mine - to take back control of my lunches and give myself a real lunch time!

What kind of workout schedule do you (try to!) adhere to?

Before having a kid, I went to the gym 5 days a week at 5am! That was a little extreme.

Now I’m at the other end of the spectrum. My workouts consist of playing tag with 3 year olds or carrying packages to the post office. I just got an UP24 band that tracks my steps and sleep - it’s shockingly motivating! So I’m incorporating a lot more walks to the park and sneaking steps in wherever I can.

How do you like to end your day?

Start the day with coffee and end it with wine! After my daughter goes to bed, it’s time to unwind with a glass of wine and some TV on the couch with my wife! We may be the last people on the planet who still love Grey’s Anatomy!

When I’m truly spoiling myself, I climb into bed early with ice cream and a good book.

What time do you doze off?

I try to be in bed by 10! If I don’t go to bed by 10, I get a second wind and can’t sleep for hours. I survived way too long on no sleep during the baby/toddler years. Now I need a full 8 or 8 ½ hours to do my best work.

What do you aspire to every day but never / rarely actually do? (you can tell me, we all have them!)

Yoga. It’s my favorite way to start the day, actually. But I've let it slide!

Any advice for women trying to find ease in their every day?

You are enough. You are good enough. You are doing enough.

I think when we find life to be hectic and crazy it’s because we feel like we have to do everything and be everything to everybody. It would break our hearts if our daughters felt that much stress, right? So when things get insane, I try to slow down and treat myself with the same kindness and compassion I give my daughter.

Then I remind myself of my favorite line from my new favorite book (The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks):

“You’ll never have enough money to buy all the stuff you don’t really need, and you’ll never have enough time to do all the things you really don’t want to do.”

My mind was totally blown when I read that. It’s so true! And so I believe the inverse is also true: we have plenty of money to buy what we really need, and plenty of time to do all the things we really want to do. Just knowing that takes some of the pressure off to do it all and to do it right this very minute.

Finally, can you give us your quick go-to recipe after a busy day?

I cook up a big pot of whole wheat pasta, then everyone chooses and fixes their own toppings. Parmesan and butter, tomato sauce, heat up frozen meatballs, chop up tomatoes and spinach, whatever people are in the mood for!

It gets everyone in the kitchen and talking and making food together, which is my favorite thing about evenings.

Thanks Emily! I truly love your ideas about being gentler with ourselves and particularly want to try the ice cream and book in bed trick! 

You can find Emily at:

Website - http://freshpaperstudios.com

Instagram - instagram.com/freshpaperstudios

Facebook - facebook.com/freshpaper

Pinterest - pinterest.com/freshpaper

 

 

Where I'm At: Interview Series - Erika Swafford of Nature Photo Artist

 

Welcome to the next interview in the series, 'Where I'm At'. It's a voyeuristic, yet helpful look into the lives of women who are finding where the light plays within them.

Their daily rituals, ways of managing stress and advice to you, the readers, are captured in these interviews.

This month we have the lovely Erika Swafford from Nature Photo Artist.

Erika is a nature photographer, artist and photography mentor on a mission to help aspiring photographers get off the auto settings on their camera and start making art in manual mode.

She lives in Tennessee in the US and shares some great tips below.

What is your usual wake up time?

During the weekdays, I wake up at 5:30 AM.  I try to get right up so I don’t get behind.  On the weekends, I get up later and don’t usually set an alarm unless I need to be up by a certain time.

Do you have a morning routine or ritual?

I start my day by letting out our dog, Snoopy, who sleeps indoors at night. Then I head to the bathroom to put in my contacts, put on my make-up and style my hair.  Our two cats, Tiger and Mia, usually try to join in.  

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While I’m working on my make-up and hair my husband is up and getting ready for the day, too.  It’s nice to start out the morning together like that.  He leaves before I’m finished so I have breakfast with a favourite TV show.  I like to start with something funny so it puts me into a happy frame of mind before I head into my day at work.

Tell us about your commute.

I have a 45–50 minute commute to work in the morning and evening.  That’s a lot of alone time in the car but I like it most of the time.  Sometimes I get to see amazing things like vibrant rainbows in weird places in the sky (as in the photo below).

I’ve learned to make my commute more entertaining than just staring at the road.  Here are a couple things I do on my commute:

Listen to audio books – this is by far my favourite thing to do while driving to and from work.  Both fiction and non-fiction books are great to listen to in the car.  Some of my current favourites are:

The Bartimaeus Series by Jonathan Stroud

The Tiffany Aching series by Terry Prachett

Do the Work by Steven Pressfield

World Wide Rave by David Meerman Scott

Record your thoughts – I do this usually in the morning on my way to work.  This is a variation of Morning Pages, where you would normally write for 3 pages non-stop.  Instead of writing my pages, I talk my Morning Pages into my phone using an app.  It records what I say as long as I want to talk.  This is surprisingly therapeutic and even fun.  There are many apps you can get for your phone that record voice.  Then just talk away!  

Do you like to plan your day ahead or allow for some spontaneity?

I do like to plan ahead but it doesn’t always happen.  Normally, I only plan ahead if I have a deadline for something.  Otherwise, I just do what comes my way or whatever strikes my fancy. 

I’ve noticed that when I do plan, I usually put too much to do in a day.  Because of that, I try to limit myself to committing to one thing at a time when I can.  I still have the list of things I want to do but I don’t beat myself up if I don’t get them all done. 

How do you spend your ideal lunch break to recharge for the afternoon?

I love going to the River Park at lunch.  It’s a good way to get my head out of the things at the office.  There’s a paved walking trail that follows the bank of the Tennessee River.  

At one end of the River Park is a dam.  That whole area is home to many Blue Herons who watch the waters for fish.  The fresh air is rejuvenating and watching the river go by is relaxing.  That’s a good combination to refresh from a morning of office work.  By the time I head back to the office, I’m ready to take on the afternoon.

What kind of workout schedule do you (try to!) adhere to?

Right now, my workout consists of doing squats while I put on my make-up in the morning.  I try to get in some walking at lunch, too. 

How do you like to end your day?

I like to end my day with a really hot shower, especially when it is cold outside.  The hot water is relaxing and warms me up so I can go to bed and fall asleep more quickly.

What time do you doze off?

I try to be in bed by 10:00 PM.  Being more of a night owl, I don’t always make it by 10:00 PM...  But I do function better when I’ve had at least 7 hours of sleep.

What do you aspire to every day but never / rarely actually do? (you can tell me, we all have them!)

Organising my physical space!  I have a tendency to just pile things up with the intention of organising it into a perfect dream of organised bliss ... My pantry, my closet, my desk, my purse, my mail.  It seems so easy and yet I rarely do it.  But I’m so glad when it is done because I feel like I’ve mastered my universe!

Any advice for women trying to find ease in their every day?

I’ve learned that I need to do one thing at a time.  In a world where multi-tasking is sometimes a necessity, doing things one at a time will help you do it better, faster and with less stress.  I have to repeat to myself many times a day, “one thing at a time, just one thing at a time”. This helps when I’m tempted to distract myself with other tasks I need to get done. 

Finally, can you give us your quick go-to recipe after a busy day?

I love a quick homemade-fast-food meal.  This one fills you up and is super-easy to make.  Instead of stopping by Taco Bell (ed: my equivalent of Mad Mex in Australia!) to pick up this delicious delight, I’ll make my copycat version.

Homemade Nacho Bell Grande

  • Tortilla chips
  • Refried beans and taco seasoning to taste, heated
  • Olives, sliced
  • Tomato, chopped
  • Taco sauce
  • Sour cream, optional

Layer on a plate: tortilla chips, refried beans, olives, tomato, taco sauce and sour cream.  Enjoy!

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Thanks Erika! I'm definitely trying your nacho recipe soon and I love your mantra about one thing at a time. Very wise. 

You can find Erika at:

http://www.naturephotoartist.com/

www.facebook.com/ErikaSwaffordPhotography

http://instagram.com/naturephotoartist

If you're looking to improve your photography skills (who isn't?!), get her free digital guide 3 Easy Tricks to Improve Your Nature Photos at  http://www.naturephotoartist.com/get-free-stuff.html

Where I'm At: Interview Series - Kerryn Hewson of Colour Your Life

 

Welcome to my new interview series 'Where I'm At'. It's a voyeuristic, yet helpful look into the lives of women who are finding where the light plays within them. Their daily rituals, ways of managing stress and advice to you, the readers, will be captured in these interviews.

First up is Kerryn Hewson, Positivity Coach at Colour Your Life. Kerryn is based in Wellington, New Zealand and she provides perspective, inspiration and action to help ambitious, creative and passionate people living their life on auto-pilot, change their world by leading a positive life. Over to Kerryn:

What is your usual wake up time?

During the week my alarm goes off at 6am and I snooze it anywhere from one to four times. On the weekends I generally wake up between 8-9am sometimes with an alarm, often without.

Do you have a morning routine or ritual?

I’m not a ‘wide awake’ morning person so I like to give myself time to adjust. I start with putting my contact lenses in and taking a shower which helps wake me up. Then I like to settle onto the sofa with a blanket and write 'Morning Pages'.

   'Morning Pages' are three stream of consciousness journal pages introduced to the world by Julia Cameron in   The Artist’s Way .  Kerryn has written a   Quick Guide to Morning Pages   if you’d like to know more.

 

'Morning Pages' are three stream of consciousness journal pages introduced to the world by Julia Cameron in The Artist’s Way. Kerryn has written a Quick Guide to Morning Pages if you’d like to know more.

Tell us about your commute!

My commute is a 20 minutes train ride each way around the beautiful Wellington harbour.

On my commute into work I usually check my email including Facebook and Twitter notifications, blog reader, and Instagram - in that order. On the way home I’ll do the same and might browse Pinterest.

I know that this commute time is quality reading time and I’m trying to reach for my Kindle with my latest wellbeing or business read (I have Thrive by Arianna Huffington and The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks on the go right now) but it’s pretty hit and miss.

Do you like to plan your day ahead or prefer to leave it up to spontaneity?

Can you plan in spontaneity? I’m a total planner, but by planning in the time for the activities and projects that are important to me I free up other time to be spontaneous and do what I feel like. In fact, since planning in business hours to work on Colour Your Life I’ve freed myself from feeling guilty for not working on it during my down time and that’s allowed me to start listening to a bunch of podcasts I previously felt I never had time for.

How do you spend your ideal lunch break to recharge for the afternoon?

Out in the sunshine on the waterfront staring out at the harbour!

There really is something about being outside, getting fresh air and being near water when you’re stuck in an office all day.

What kind of workout schedule do you try to adhere to?

Hm, adhere to would imply consistency…

I try to get to a couple gym classes every week. My favourites are Zumba and Body Combat. I’ve also started doing some at home body weight circuits off Pinterest. And now that it’s moving into summer time here in New Zealand I’ll be starting to go walking in the evening with a friend of mine.

Between all of that I manage to exercise at least once a week and a really active week will see me exercising 3-4 times.

How do you like to end your day?

I like to end my day feeling relaxed which most commonly happens after I’ve been knitting while watching some TV with my husband or taking a hot bath.

What time do you doze off?

My bedtime is 10pm and I’ll generally head towards bed around 9.30pm.

What do you aspire to every day but never / rarely actually do? (you can tell me, we all have them!)

I already mentioned using my commute for quality reading time but I had another one in mind. Meditation!

I know all the benefits. I feel great when I do it. I have a bunch of very helpful apps on my phone and access to some great guided meditations. And yet… somehow I’ve just not found the right way to integrate it into my daily life.

Any advice for women trying to find ease in their every day?

My quickest tip to adding more ease into your day is to pause and simply breathe. Stop what you’re doing and take a deep breath in through your nose so that you can feel your lungs expanding, then exhale through your mouth like gradually letting the air out of a balloon.

My other piece of advice when you’re trying to find more ease in your day is to focus on making one change at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself and don’t force yourself to make more conscious decisions in a day than you need to! So whether it’s adhering to a new bedtime or workout regime, starting a meditation practice, or using your commute more productively, introduce them gradually one at a time.

Finally, can you give us your quick go-to recipe after a busy day?

Grilled chicken or oven roasted fish with roast veggies or a salad. 

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Thanks Kerryn, I'm jealous of your commute and lunch views!

Want to hear more from Kerryn? Find her at Colour Your Life, on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest (@kerrynhewson), or on Facebook at http://facebook.com/practicepositivity