5 Steps to Live Freely
I would love for you to join me living a free, adventurous life.
As I’ve been exploring myself, my dreams and my fears, five words keep coming up:
These words are what I want to live by. When I do, and I’m in my flow, then I’m happy. Life is as it should be.
When I’m missing some of them I feel stuck, melancholic… alone. And I don’t like feeling lonely.
So I’m focussing on my driving forces, and using the joy and light to shape my life. I want to build a community of adventurous women around me, who support each other, live an adventure, love their freedom and do what they can to protect it and grow it.
For me, the light has to guide everything. It helps me see the way and is the starting point for anything that comes from my soul.
Joy creates the excitement and lightheartedness I love to live by. I know I’m on the right path when I can laugh at myself with abandon.
Then I need freedom. And I have to catch the traps I fall into and look for the openness in every turn.
Freedom comes at a cost though. You have to leave behind the security of your steady life, however that comes to you. So sometimes we get stuck living small because it’s easier, and we don’t have to face the truth of what we’re giving up by living small.
Where are you sacrificing freedom?
- A job you hate.
- A life that makes you feel trapped.
- Friends who don’t make you feel amazing.
- Internal self chatter so mean that you wouldn’t dream of saying the same to anyone else.
- Spending time with comparisonitis instead of lifting your own life to where you want it to be.
Connection is here. With you. I am building it up around me and growing my communicy of friends old and new. Connection is so so important to me. It’s where I share love and try to shine my light.
And adventure. Living playfully right where you are, and finding the fun in your every day.
Joy, light, freedom, connection, adventure.
Come join me.
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