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  • Writer's pictureKristyl Neho


Hey there. I'm back again. Lately, I've been feeling like I'm playing catch-up. But you know what? So I'm trying to hit the reset button, and it's go time. So I'm diving back into the game, determined to tackle the chaos, listen to my body, and reclaim some balance in this wild ride we call life. 

Recently I've felt my body start to tell me overdoing it again. In today's whirlwind of a world, it's ridiculously easy to lose touch with what our bodies are trying to tell us. Trust me, I get it. With a to-do that seems never ending, it's a constant struggle. We push through exhaustion, pretend we're not starving, and ignore those nagging pains. But here's the thing: our bodies are like those friends who won't stop texting – they've got something to say, and we should probably listen up. Getting good at tuning into these messages might just be the key to surviving the chaos without burning out. Recently my body's throwing a bit of a tantrum, so it's definitely time to start paying attention and listen in.”

Here's the deal:

Feeling awesome: It's like unlocking a cheat code for life. When you actually pay attention to stuff like hunger, thirst, and exhaustion, you can make choices that keep you going strong. More energy, fewer sick days, and maybe even dropping a few pounds – yeah, it's all up for grabs.

Chill vibes: Stress is sneaky, showing up in all sorts of annoying ways like headaches or a stiff back. But by tuning in and finding ways to chill, you can totally stick it to stress.

Knowing yourself: It's like getting a backstage pass to your own emotions. The more you tune into your body, the more you get what's going on inside. It's like having a secret weapon for dealing with life's craziness.

So, how do you even start listening to your body when your to-do list is lon?

Chill out with mindfulness: I know, I know – easier said than done. But trust me, even a few minutes of deep breathing can work wonders. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and see what your body's trying to tell you. Any tension? Hunger pangs? Or maybe you're buzzing with energy? I've been allowing myself to clock off. 

Check in often: With a massive to-do list looming over your head, it's easy to forget about the little things – like, you know, eating and drinking water. But seriously, take a sec throughout the day to ask yourself, "How'm I feeling?" Hungry? Thirsty? In desperate need of a Netflix break? Treat yourself like you're your own BFF.

Move that booty: I get it, the last thing you want to do when you're drowning in tasks is to hit the gym. But trust me, even a quick walk around the block can work wonders. Plus, it's a great way to tune into what your body needs.

Eat smart: When you're juggling a million things, it's tempting to reach for whatever's quickest and easiest. But pay attention to what fuels you up and what leaves you feeling like a deflated balloon. Go for the good stuff that keeps you going strong. I'm really making this my focus. Especially as I've been struggling with eating too much chocolate that it's making me feel ill. It's time to reset! 

Don't be a hero: Look, I know you've got a million things to do, but pushing yourself to the brink of exhaustion isn't doing anyone any favors. Learn to say no when your body's begging for a break – trust me, your future self will thank you.

Remember, this whole body-listening thing is a journey, not a sprint. Some days you'll be all zen and in tune with your inner guru, and others you'll be wondering why you even bothered. But hey, that's life. Just keep at it, and you'll soon be rocking that mind-body connection like a pro – massive to-do list and all.

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