I'm grateful for many things, but one of the biggest is my ability to conserve my energy. Yes, it's a superpower.
Conserving my energy means I don't spend all day bouncing from one thing to the next, trying to do everything simultaneously. It means I let myself rest between activities and recharge between projects. It means that when I want to give myself over to something, I can devote myself fully and make it count.
And what does that get me? A lot! It means that when I am working on something, it's because I want to do it and not just because someone asked me, told me, or made me feel guilty about taking time away from whatever else was happening. It means that I can step away from something (not the same as procrastination, I promise) if it isn't what I want or needs to be done right now—and then come back when I'm ready. And it means that when things are on my plate or in my head, they will stay there until they're done because they aren't pushed aside by other things competing for my attention at any given moment. Hope that makes sense ;)
My name is Annica Johansson and I am an Art Life Coach, Certified Sound Healer and Artist. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty. Welcome!