Restlessness Journey-Transcending a Mundane Life into an Inspired One.

Restlessness

Your Soul’s Cry for Change

I’m writing a fiction book and wanted to share my journey from being restless to inspired. The book is called Restlessness, Your Soul’s Cry for Change. It chronicles the powerful impact of listening to your soul when it is ready to grow and the subtle changes you can make to tame the beast I call restlessness. I have learned after numerous cycles of making drastic changes, switching jobs every five years and changing relationships that chasing the next shiny object, starting over with something or someone new isn’t necessarily the best answer. At least for me. The excitement is short-lived. When the newness wears off, the feelings stir again, and the cycle repeats. Instead, I realized that making small tweaks along the journey makes all the difference.  Embracing new experiences and making even minor changes can take me from feeling like I am in a perpetual rut, stuck running the hamster wheel of life to being inspired again. Now I can respond to those nagging doubts – should I leave, stay, go, or try something new without hesitation.

I realized that making small tweaks along the journey versus drastic changes makes all the difference.  Embracing new experiences and making even minor changes can take me from feeling like I am in a perpetual rut, stuck running the hamster wheel of life to being inspired again. Now I  respond to those nagging doubts – should I leave, stay, go, or try something new without hesitation.

You will see posts on listening to my instincts and being mindful as well as the impact of gratitude. I gained so much when I took the time to stop and listen versus reacting.  I learned that it is okay to feel stuck, bored, and to even want more despite how “beautiful” and blessed my life was.  Through reflection and soul-searching and finally talking about it, I learned many women felt the way I did.

I hope my blog helps you discover that you’re not alone, you’re not the only one, it’s okay to listen to your inner voice, it’s okay to be you! It’s even okay to want more.

How does feeling restless impact the decisions you make?

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