• Enough already!

    I’m enrolled in a writer’s group, and have been for at least the last 3 / 4 years now. It’s meant to help anyone who enrolls to do one of many things. Often for me it’s the jump start myself or to continue on the “roll” that I’m on.

    I’m grateful and thankful to be in the group for the next few weeks as it’s already had an impact on my thoughts and action around enough.

    i-am-enoughFor those who are perfectionists this next thought will challenge you… and for those like me who are recovering perfectionists, it’s a great reminder.

    Conditions of enoughness is a term that was introduced to us last week and I’ve used this phrase to help temper my knee jerk reaction of beating up on myself when things just “aren’t’ quite the way I want them to be:. Conditions of enoughness is a way to redefine daily, in very simple terms, what it is that you are going to do and declaring (for yourself) when enough is enough. It’s not a “get out of jail free card” as much as it’s a way for us, as individuals, to let go of expectation and allow what comes… and at the end of the day, celebrating it because it really is ENOUGH!

    I’ve not blogged the way that I expected within the last month. (That was hard to say out loud). When I look back on what this past month has presented to me, it would have taken herculean efforts for me to actually do my “two a week” as I really learn the ins and outs of being an entrepreneur. If you don’t have a daily routine of habits that you form, once you add a few more things to the mix, all hell breaks loose and there you are… off the wagon!

    Jennifer Louden coined the phrase Conditions of Enoughness. More about the concept can be found HERE! I’m grateful for the lesson and hope that you’ve gleaned something useful for yourself.

    Be easy on yourself as you walk this thing called your life! Declare ENOUGH ALREADY! Be grateful for what you were able to do and then set your intention around what will be enough for the next day.



2 Responses so far.

  1. Rhonda says:

    Awesome! Thank you for the insight and a reminder that what is to get done will get done, what is to be will be, and I am enough.