So, you’re in a funk, huh?
Let’s look at some reasons why this happens and how to get yourself out of it.
Fatigue: It’s Time For Recovery
Your body is telling you that it needs better care. Fatigue can feel like a bad hangover, only this hangover is from lack of sleep and a poor diet. Pay attention to how you are managing your body. Treat your body like a Temple.
Reaction: Understand Your Triggers
What are you reacting to – Rude comments? Negative thoughts? Past sadness? Upsetting email? Your triggers can cause overwhelm and stress. Journal your feelings to release and get clear.
Rumination: Move Around
Are negative thoughts playing over and over in your head – like a merry-go-round you can’t get off of? When this happens you need to interrupt the pattern by moving around or changing your location. Get up, move, stretch, bounce around, go for a walk or run. Just move.
Here are some additional things you can do:
Set an intention for the next hour. What would be a win for you? What will make you feel better so you’re back in charge? (not the negative thoughts) How can you take back control? It could be something very simple. Little things go a long way.
Turn on the positivity. Listen to a podcast, audio book, youtube, read a book. This helps reset your mind.
Tackle an action. Make the bed, clean your desk, do the laundry, empty the dishwasher. Anything that makes you feel productive will help shake the funk.
Share your feelings. Don’t be afraid to confide in someone with how you’re feeling. Seek professional support if needed.
PS: Be mindful of your clutter build up during this time. If you need support you can schedule a FREE call with me by CLICKING HERE.