Last week I said yes to something I didn’t really want to do, and I ended up over-booked and stressed out, all because I didn’t have a “reason” to say no at the ready. In my frustration, I remembered that “no” is a complete sentence. When we say no to something we don’t really want, we are saying yes to our own priorities, our own self care, and our own authority to use our time & resources in service to our values.
I invite you to practice "no" with me now. Where in your life can you say “no” to free up more “yes” for yourself?
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I am Melissa Arthur, Integrative Wellness Coach and Founder of Illuminate Guidance, LLC. I define wellness as a consistent experience of satisfaction, enthusiasm & joy. I help women own their inner authority to know, love, trust and be themselves so that they can live their life's purpose and shine from the inside out. Join me on this blog as I explore ideas and share stories about owning our inner authority to create a life we love.