Destiny. Fate. Luck. Karma. Whatever you want to call it, you get what you put in. I think of these things like a wheel and that wheel is always turning; life will always change. If things are hard, it will get better. I promise. Maybe not today or tomorrow, but it will get better. This cycle, the ebb and flow of life, reminds us to cherish the good times as we experience them.
We've spend the last few days turning inward and focusing on how we can impact our own journey. Today I want to focus on how we show up in the world that impacts others. I wholeheartedly believe that we get what we give. Be a jerk, you're prolly going to get that back. Be a kind loving human, you'll probably get that back too. As you move through this self-care journey, you're showing up differently. I guarantee you at least one person in your life is noticing the spark. Think of how that can effect those you interact with. You're one little act can change so much. Destiny, fate, magic those things are all behind the little miracles we witness everyday.
Today's journal prompts might be a little heavy depending on your individual situation. Be sure when you think about the ebbs and flows, the patterns and cycles, etc. you do not only focus on the negative. Sometimes it can be hard to remember all of the good things we have experienced when there are moments of not so good mixed in.
- Think about the ebbs and flows of your life. What have you learned from them?
- What patterns and cycles do you keep in your life? What impact do they have on your destiny?
- What are you putting out into the world? Is what you want to produce? Do you notice it coming back to you?
I decided to add reed diffusers to the shop this year and I am so happy I did. I have this reed diffuser in our bathroom and I'm absolutely obsessed with the scent. It smells so luxurious and high end. There's a hint of matcha in this scent formulation that I was very skeptical of at first, but the fragrance worked so well with the others I wanted to use. This is definitely staying in the shop long-term.
Your reed diffuser came with 10 sticks. I recommend using five to start with, if you don't feel like the scent is strong enough, you could add another one until the strength is to your liking. When it isn't a noticeable in the room anymore, in roughly 3-4 weeks, turn the reeds over. This will help you get the most out of your diffuser. When flipping isn't working anymore, swap out the five rods, with the others. This reed diffuser should last about 3 months.