Is your life garden full of flowers or weeds? How often do you take the time to weed out what no longer serves you?

Let’s use the metaphor of a garden for how much we are growing in our lives. After all, if we’re not growing, we’re stagnant or stuck. And, that’s no fun. For our garden to grow, we must water and provide nutrients to our plants. The same applies to our life. How are we feeding our minds and bodies?

The ironic part is – the more water and nutrients we give to the gardens of our lives the more weeds pop up, too. Frustrating, right? Let’s take a step back.

We think that if we give our gardens and lives all the water and nutrients, we’ll be just fine. However, that’s not the case. If we’re not careful, the weeds which also take up the water and nutrients can grow faster and strangle out our intended growth. So, what are the weeds in your life?

The weeds are people, situations, or habits that no longer serve you. Do you have someone in your life that really bring you down? Do you have a situation that’s gone on way too long that hasn’t been handled? Do you have bad habits that undermine your path forward? This can be as simple as going to bed earlier so you’re refreshed when you wake-up.

When we work really hard, give our life and soul to something, it’s difficult to let go. Yet by going through this process, we open up and create more space for what we really want.

Take a minute and think about it. What do you need to weed out of your life?

Join me for a complimentary coaching session and we’ll identify what weeds to get rid of so you can grow and flourish.

Wishing you an abundant, joyful, and prosperous day!


Lora Polowczuk
Chief Energy Officer
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