It's vital that you follow your joy. It's not a “nice thing to do”. It's not a luxury. It's an essential!

Joy is your GPS for life. It will lead you into places, spaces, situations, activities and people that help you to feel alive, well, happy, balanced and purposeful. It will give you the foundation for being your best self! When you let joy guide you, everything else in your life naturally starts to improve – your relationships, your health, your career, your finances…

So it's time to ask yourself:

  • What brings you joy?
  • And how much space do you give those things in your life?
  • On the flip side, what drains your joy?
  • And if you really challenge yourself, is there a way you can eliminate or reduce those joy drains?

Let joy guide you into the experience of life you really want…

Follow Your Joy

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6 thoughts on “Follow Your Joy

  1. Maryann says:

    Such a good point.. it was only yesterday my son was telling me how he got rid of all the friends that were bringing him down or too demanding.

  2. Omasiri says:

    My question on the topic: “Follow your joy”.

    Like when I have alot to do and I find myself not meeting up it some time make me feel bad.

    Please, what should I do.

    • Bernadette Logue says:

      Hi Omasiri, do you mean “not meeting up” with friends? or meeting up with things you like to do?
      Either way, when we get busy, we have to be even more conscious about what we choose, as we only have limited time and energy each day, so we sometimes have to make tough choices about saying no to some things and keeping our time for what is most important. It’s not easy, and it won’t ever be perfect, but with time and permission to do what feels good to us, we can carve out use of our time in ways that are most aligned to our own heart/soul. Also – being super organized helps! The more organized in advance that we are, the more we can plan and get things done, and think ahead about what will serve us and what won’t. Sending you best wishes! B

  3. Linda says:

    I need to get off Twitter! Drains me, angers me, distresses me. I feel so much better when I stay away, but always get sucked back in. I am making a conscious effort though. Thanks for your email and videos! Like a bright light. 😉

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