Are you a researcher? A questioner? The type of person who spends 2 hours looking up the PERFECT Airbnb before you book because you want to be sure your decision is as informed as possible?

That’s me to a T.

I read and read and read until I feel like I know everything I need to know about a topic before making my decision. Which oftentimes just leaves me feeling super overwhelmed and unsure of what my next step is.

There’s no shortage of information available at our fingertips – in fact, it’s pretty overwhelming how quickly you can have news and facts downloaded into your brain.

The bigger challenge is deciding what to do with that information. And using yourself as the guide for what to keep and what to get rid of.

I think Marie Kondo’s got it right – you don’t want to throw away EVERYTHING – just the stuff that isn’t relevant for you and where you’re at in your life right now.

This overwhelm of information that freezes you into indecision is a common theme I see among my clients. They know that stretching, strength building and some self-care will be the ticket to getting them out of pain, but they’re not sure where to start.

And while the body is fairly predictable, you are also a unique snowflake. So what works for your sister might not work for you.

But Marie and I have this in common – take that giant heap of clothing on the bed and just pick up ONE THING. Start with something small like taking a 20-minute walk every day. Take action – and before you know it, you’ll have a clear idea of what brings you joy and, most importantly, what helps you feel your best every single day.

Want some help clearing your self-care closet? I have 5 spots open this week for a free Movement Magic call. On this call, you’ll get clarity on where you should be focusing your self-care energy and exactly what steps to take to get you on the fast track to waking up every single day, pain-free.

Are you ready? Click here and let’s get you booked!

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