What makes you feel good?

It’s kind of funny that we have to take time to think about this but sometimes we get so caught up in getting things done that we forget to do things we enjoy.

If you are feeling like this, I suggest you take some time to remind yourself about what feels good.

Grab a journal, a pen, and a quiet spot.

Focus on your breath for about 1, 3, or 5 minutes.

Then ask yourself, “What makes me feel good?”

And write. Just let it flow.

Notice how many of these things you are currently doing.

Notice which ones surprise you.

With joy, make it a point to do at least one of them this weekend.

And then keep going.

You are worthy of feeling good!

I did this recently and here is what came up for me:

Walking, riding my bike, moving my body, yoga, rock climbing (surprise!), spending time with Matt, s*x, reading a good book, playing with my boys, board games, family game nights, waking up with energy, eating healthy, a good beer or glass of wine, meeting up with friends, connecting with family, a flexible schedule, attracting opportunities and money, spending money on necessities AND things I love, creating new things, following the moon, flowers, time in nature, forests, teaching and learning about the law of attraction, Human Design, vibration, and energy.

It felt soooooo good to write these down.

Your emotions are what attract things into your life. The better you feel, the more positive things you will draw into your life.

Not only will writing this list help you feel good, next time you are feeling stuck you can pick one from your list to do and get back to enjoying life.

What are some things that make you feel good?


Since it’s St. Patrick’s Day, I want to mention that when you focus on feeling good, tending to your vibration, and what is working in your life, you will start to feel lucky too. Things will start magically working out for you. The luck of the Irish is for everyone!

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