Last Days of Summer

Copyright 2014 Artisans Workshop Designs
Copyright 2014 Artisans Workshop Designs

 

We’re heading into the last full weekend of summer. As the seasons change, naturally we look back at how far we’ve come and then we look to where we’re headed next.

This week we did a lot of good work, especially taking a tough stand against panic and anxiety. We learned how to push forward in spite of their seemingly immense pressure causing us to want to hide or run away.

This is so incredibly awesome! It was hard and scary work but you did it! You hung in there! You pushed back and you won! You rock the house down! Yay you!

Here’s a Pep Rally for you:

You’re AWESOME!  

You did it! Go you! 

I knew you would do it!  

You rock!! Yay you!! 

I knew you had the grit and the strength in you to do this! 

You’re smart and you’re tough and you figured it out and you did it!  

You are fantastic!

 

Copyright 2014 Artisans Workshop Designs
Copyright 2014 Artisans Workshop Designs

Your homework today is to use the strength and energy from your forward movement to help you plan your upcoming week. Remember to keep the plans realistic and filled with easily doable steps. This will help keep the momentum going and keep your enthusiasm high.

The next part of your homework—and the best!—is to CELEBRATE! You are doing so well! The work you accomplished this week was important and it’s fantastic that you faced it and did it. Yahoo!! WooHoo!! Yay you!!

Acknowledge what you did this week by treating yourself to a favorite activity or another favorite treat. Invite family and friends to celebrate with you. You deserve every bit of the celebration! Go you!

I absolutely knew you could do it.

I am so proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,

Lauren

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