Friends and family seem hard to stay in touch with these days. We are all somewhat frazzled – feeling frazzled a good part of our days and nights. So the question is how can you stay and become grounded and produce more balance? A good first step can be connecting with those that you love and support you. Get going on reconnecting with your family and friends – they may feel like a source of frustration, but mostly they love us and support us even being who we are. Here are some steps to begin to reconnect which will help the feelings of frazzled and disconnected go away.
Send a quick handwritten note to your kids (friends) at their school or home. You only need to say something like “thinking about you and how great you are”. I bet they keep that note forever.
Voice text allows you to leave a longer/faster message. Text a friend or family member who needs to hear from you.
Reconnecting does not have to be expensive or dramatic. Just connect the way you would like to hear from someone.
A plant or flowers sent always are appreciated. Men seldom get flowers…surprise your brothers, husband, partner, friend.
Cut a great picture out of a magazine or print a full color pic from the internet – put it in a handwritten envelope and mail it. People love getting hand addressed mail.
Tell your partner that you care about them in the way they need to hear. It will make you feel good too.
Dollar Tree has a 1,000 items you can get for just a dollar that says “I am thinking about you”.
Telling, in person or Skype, people you care and are thinking of them feels great for everyone.
Don’t forget you. What can you do for you to reconnect with you? Don’t be last in your world.
“All is well in my world” Louise Hay
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
Louise Hay is a multi-million dollar owner of the number one self-development organization…in the world. And this year she will be 91 years old. She is happy, well, connected, and brilliant. I have had her book on my bedside table for years and have loved her wisdom, wellness connections and the courage she has had to make her world work after a terrible and abusive childhood. You will love getting to know her and she will be there for you every step of the way. A loving brilliant new friend for you.