All good things must come to an end. In today’s episode:

🌱  What I’ve learnt from a year and a half of podcasting every week

🌱  Why I’m taking a break now

🌱  How to keep in touch with this work while I work on my next project!

Knowing when to switch directions is an art, not a science. Building a habit means ignoring the feeling of discomfort for long enough to get the habit established. However, once a habit is established, a new skill takes over – being able to listen to yourself so you know how to change direction, and create new priorities as your needs change, rather than getting stuck in an established routine! Ah, life: it’s always about balance in the end.

If you’d love to learn more about mindset changes that’ll help you feel great about your life, then download my ‘3 super easy ways to end overwhelm (that require zero extra time!)’ guide.

The changes are so small and easy to implement and yet you’ll immediately start experiencing more joy and satisfaction in your life, and greater balance too.

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Hi! I’m your host, Lana Hall. Psychologist, author of The Slow Life Project, and Speaker from Brisbane, Australia. I help overwhelmed, overcommitted, overthinkers protect their energy, simplify their lives, and create meaning, joy and satisfaction for themselves.