Say NO to worry.

Do you know that most of the things you worry about never happen? How many times a day do you find yourself in stirring about what could happen? What could go wrong? What your plans are tomorrow, ten years from now? Worry about future. Worry about money. Worry. Worry. Worry.

You only can be in one place at one time. Focusing your mind on one task at a time.

So if you spend most of that time in worry. Where are you not?

IN THE PRESENT. 

So often we get caught up in the next moment that we miss the one we are in. Push yourself to be still and drink in the right now.

Worry will OWN your life if you let it. You have the power to control your thoughts and redirect your worry to thoughts that make you whole. Your daily essentials. Your action steps. Your fired up list.  Your faith. Your family.

Join me in really challenging myself to slow down and breathe in the blessings that each present moment offers each day. They are abundant, yet our mental clutter and fear often mask them.

COMMIT to letting go of worry & using the power you have been given for this day to love and embrace the littlest of moments.

Happy Wednesday and off to ATL we go!

Gina Zeidler 

PS. Gracie we love you & your sleepy face. If you want to see more of this lil’ cutie pants ——–> Here is a video I made of her and her bedtime routine this week.

PSS. I am currently on the amazing Making Things Happen Tour with the best of friends Emily Ley & Lara Casey. We just launched our new site and it’s beautiful! So excited to be spending the week with amazing people who took the leap and are ready for their journey to start NOW. I’d have to say this post was inspired by the North Carolina class yesterday, so much clarity that worry is a waste of time. I love all you! I can’t wait to meet our Atlanta group tomorrow. WHOO!

  1. Kate

    That video is amazing! It’s simple and sweet, and captures those little moments that truly matter. Awesome work!

  2. Emily Hansel

    We are always on the same wavelength these days GIna! I’m such a worrier, but I’m trying to keep what Lara said a few weeks ago in glthe frong of my mind – Worrying is like praying for what you don’t want to happen. I need to have it printed and framed next to my bed!

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