3 deep breaths

Stop what you’re doing.

Take three deep breaths.

Look around.

Now, in this moment, how many amazing things can you find to be grateful for?

Three deep breaths can’t solve the busy-ness of our lives or dissolve our problems. But taking time forΒ three deep breaths can re-centre us and recharge us to get through it.

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11 thoughts on “3 deep breaths

    1. Arlene Somerton Smith Post author

      I just did it now – my son brought home chocolate from Iceland – delicious, there’s a red squirrel bopping around my back yard, and the morning light is shining on the picture of my grandmother. Ahhhh . . .

      Reply
  1. marianbeaman

    Perfect post! I just launched another blog post today and breathed a sigh of relief that I had no glitches with sending my newsletter. Soon I’ll prepare breakfast and write more in my gratitude book, a habit I hope never, ever to break. πŸ˜€

    Reply
  2. roughwighting

    Thanks for that! I was rushing with making dinner, baking some cookies, hanging clothes from the dryer, and reading blogs! I just took three breaths. I feel SO much better. xo

    Reply

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