I love change – as long as I initiate it!

Having change thrust upon you can bring up anger, frustration and resentment at the interference with your plans and routines.  But the sooner you adapt to the situation, the sooner your liver will thank you!

Yes, your liver!  It is the organ that is most affected by those particular emotions so it’s important to move through them as quickly as possible so that toxins don’t build up in your body.

Adapting to changes and conditions over which you have no control may well bring you to a new way of being in life.

There’s an old saying that goes ‘If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got!’  What habits and attitudes would you like to leave behind?  What have you got time for now that you didn’t at the beginning of 2020?  Are you noticing that some things in your life are working better than before the restrictions?

Consider how this time will look to you five years from now.  You will have lived through a unique time in history and have the benefit of seeing how the world changed as a result.

Despite the loss of life, COVID-19 has created a unique opportunity to ‘re-set’ – globally.

This time provides new material for songwriters, novelists and film makers; new ways of delivering education and an opportunity for new industries and services to develop.

The more willing you are to adapt to the changes in the world, the happier you will be.

‘Remember, the one thing over which you have absolute control is your attitude’  From ‘Time the Musical’ 1989