How Permanent Standard Time is a Lot Like Grief
In many ways, Standard Time and Grief go hand in hand. Both require us to take a step back from the chaos of our daily lives and prioritize our well-being. They provide us with an opportunity to be present with ourselves and allow space for Healing and Inner Hope. So the next time you feel overwhelmed by grief, please 🙏🏼 remember that time is not just a measurement of minutes and hours, but also a reminder to ❤️🩹take care of yourself and create new memories in the process.
❤️So embrace standard time as a tool for Self-Care and allow yourself to heal and move forward at your own pace. Grief can be such a tender journey, but with the right mindset and support you Sweet Momma can find solace in time and create new memories along the way.
🧡So remember to Slow Down, take a breath, and appreciate the stillness that standard time allows us, as we navigate through the tenderness. The memories we create during these moments will be with us forever, guiding us through these Life Contracts AKA triggers of grief and ultimately helping us find comfort within ourselves.
💛So let's Honor BOTH Time and Grief as integral parts of our journeys, recognizing their power to heal and bring new beginnings into our lives. Let's embrace the present moment, for that’s where we can truly connect with ourselves and create new memories that will last a lifetime.
💚So let's Allow Standard Time to be our Ally in this journey of grief, leading us towards a brighter future filled with beautiful memories. And remember, you are not alone on this journey we are all in this together. Find comfort in the knowledge that standard time will always be there for you, offering a sense of stability and a reminder to take care of yourself.
Sweet Mommas give yourself permission to step into Self-Care, Slow Down, to Honor Time & Grief and allow this season to be your Ally towards Healing and Inner Hope. Let’s make every moment count as we Rebuild that Beautiful life because in the end, it is our memories that matter the most.
I’m Always in your Corner, Tanya ((hugs))