Let it simmer, celebrate & push restart: Transitioning into the New Year and the Cultivators Community
Over the holiday break this year, I focused on letting it simmer.
I enjoyed the sweetness of rest. I let things simmer and integrate, fill up, and fully flavor my life. This has been really good for my creativity, my art, and ultimately the work I do here with you at Art Nurture. It was a good time. And quite frankly, I realized how much I love sleep and movies and eating slowly.
Then the New Year rang in and it was time to celebrate & push restart.
Whether you are all for New Years Resolutions or really against them, the New Year makes itself known. We realize it is a new year every time we realize it's January. Every time we realize that we put the wrong date again on some piece of paperwork we have to fill out. Every time we hear people talk about all the new stuff they are starting or all the old stuff they are quitting.
Whether we like it or not, change occurs and transition is necessary.
I have honestly resisted some changes in my life so hard that I probably caused myself more pain through the struggle than I would have experienced from the change alone.
These days I try to listen to those things. I try to pay attention to what the resistance, the fear, the frozen-ness, the struggle are trying to tell me. Because I realize the quicker I deal with those things, the less I stress and the more in the creative flow I can be and live a life doing the work that I love.
So these days, I like to let it simmer like cinnamon.
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