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There are two times of year that I tend to be especially introspective. Fall is one of them. I think it's the trees shedding parts of themselves that are no longer serving them. There's beauty and balance in it. Letting go of the old, preparing for what's to come. There's a magical beauty in the mish-mash of colors gracefully floating to re-connect to the earth in a different way.
It occurred to me today, after seeing some stellar modeling from a friend, that sometimes I'm not very good at asking for what I need. It's a tendency, or habit really that makes me smaller than I am. It definitely doesn't serve me.
I believe in living with intention and purpose. So, therein lies my project for the fall. I'm starting a 30 day challenge to make some progress with asking for what I need and gratefully (and gracefully) accepting the help of others when it's offered.
What are you ready to let go of? What habits make you smaller than you are?