Don’t ignore the red flags

Good afternoon everyone,

I hope y’alls day is going well so far.

Trusting your gut is one of those things you have to have “been around the block” for a little bit to get the hang of, so don’t feel like it’s just you having to learn things first hand. We’re all in that same boat with you. To make life a little easier for you though, gauge how much peace something brings you. It’s a hack I’ve learned when it comes to listening to your gut. Ask yourself, “do I feel at peace with this?” Not just relationships. This also applies to life situations as well such as switching careers, following through on a decision you made etc. You need to learn to check in with yourself, and gauge how things sit with you. Scripture says it’s the little foxes that ruin the vines, the same goes for peace of mind. A lot of the things that steal our peace often go unnoticed. You ever had epiphany moments like, “why did I agree to this?” “why do I hang out with you?” “how do I keep finding myself in this situation” and the list goes on and on. It’s because there was something that we let slide, that we shouldn’t have. Not on purpose though, but because we’re not used to checking in with ourselves. For some reason that skill doesn’t come innately for some of us. It’s just something we have to train our minds to do, no shame in that. Once we can learn to do that though, the next training we need to train is our lips. We need to train our lips to allow the words “no thank you” to glide through easily, and we also need to let our lips know the words “no thank you” travel without an entourage. Explanations, justifications etc, don’t really need to be passing through as well.

As usual, have a wonderful day and you know the vibe,

crop person with glass of tangerines in nature

Choose peace, flee drama, drink water



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