Here is to your BEST year yet!

by | Jan 1, 2020 | New this month

Happy New Year!

For years, every New Year’s Eve I’ve said to myself,

This one is gonna be my best year yet!

And then I went on to research about how to make it happen.

The trouble was that researching for the ABSOLUTE best possible solution in the sea of information was not unlike searching for a needle in a hay stack.
It took so much time there was none left for the doing…

On a top of that I felt paralyzed by the abundance of choices. I couldn’t quite figure out the RIGHT first step – should I start here? or here? or here?

In other words my follow – though wasn’t exactly following through…

We live in an information era, and knowledge is power – or so we’re told.
Could it be that all this free-floating information is distracting us from the only thing that can actually make a difference?

Intuitively most of us know that it’s the actual doing – not researching how to do – is what works. So what if taking the first – tiny, imperfect –  step toward your best you is all it takes?

Happy New Year!
Here is to your best year yet!

Hey, my name is Julia

Living with chronic pain has taught me to look for solutions in unlikely places –  places where most people see only problems.

Over the years I’ve gotten to be pretty good at this problem-solving and silver-lining finding thing.

So good that I felt compelled to share what I’ve learned and help others to find their sea legs while navigating, living, and winning their battle with chronic pain.

So good that I felt compelled to share what I’ve learned and help others to find their sea legs while navigating, living, and winning their battle with chronic pain.

Hey, my name is Julia

Living with chronic pain has taught me to look for solutions in unlikely places –  places where most people see only problems.

Over the years I’ve gotten to be pretty good at this problem-solving and silver-lining finding thing.

So good that I felt compelled to share what I’ve learned and help others to find their sea legs while navigating, living, and winning their battle with chronic pain.