On this day, we hosted a Scavenger Hunt for 47 children that led to one of the main parks in #Tegernsee#Kreuth . While the kids got ice cream, I took a quick #Boomerang to remember the scenic view, sunny weather and the pure happiness that everyone was experiencing that day! Though challenging, the kids succeeded in solving the clues. It’s true what they say: “Team work makes the dream work!” 📸
🔑 Why is it that we rarely ask ourselves “Why do I keep doing the same thing, yet expecting a different result?”🔑 ✨
It’s so easy to become embroiled within a place of self pity or blaming those around you for our own misfortunes when life doesn’t feel as though it is going “to plan”. Let’s say we do ask ourselves that question; changing the situation within our lives that is causing us distress with monumental force. Eventually, we slowly but surely slip back into routines that do not serve us anymore, denying us the space to grow and ultimately denying us the gift of being genuinely content.
These repetitive behavioural patterns can otherwise be identified as a type of #selfsabotage . Sounds a bit extreme, I know, but it’s true! Some examples might be, waking up later than required just to get some extra Zzz’s when you know you have be somewhere, like, now... or divulging in certain conversations or hanging out with certain people you know deep down is not good for you (but still you keep that connection) or even one we can all relate to is eating bad food because you’re “peckish” and well, we only have one life to live, right?! Self sabotage and #accountability can be a #jaggedlittlepill to swallow but within order to really succeed, whether it is in your career, friend, romantic or work relationships, or even your personal relationship with yourself, you need to limit or eliminate toxicity (things/traits/people) within your life. That includes toxicity you welcome but also toxicity you yourself create whether intentionally or otherwise.