On the trip I became tense and pressured, like you can get with ADD or ADHD. You know what I mean? So I became aware of it, and stepped back.
1. I prayed about it.
2. I started taking time to meditate every morning, as I do at home.
3. I used self talk, telling myself that we were on vacation and there was no need to hurry.
4. I journaled about it.
5. I spent more time outdoors enjoying the beauty, paying attention.
Did this work?
Well, some. It got better. Some. This was late in the trip, and I think if I had more days to stick with it, it would’ve helped more.
Do you have some other suggestions or methods?
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That’s about the same stuff I do.
usually it works pretty well?
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