7 Things to Let Go of in 2014

      Shannon Kaiser, Author of "Find Your Happy" and Life Coach shared tips and her own experiences when it comes to letting go of what may be holding you back in life.

      How much stress are you carrying around? Do you feel burdened by life's circumstances and emotional issues? Becoming more grounded and happy starts with letting go of worry and stress. I learned this in my own journey, through overcoming drug addictions, healing myself from depression, and walking away from a career in corporate to follow my heart and be a successful writer and life coach. In the process, I had to let go of a lot of things to become the person I am today.
      Physically, spiritually and emotionally, I had to learn how to let go of the person I thought I should be in order to be the person I really wanted to be. Letting go of anything in life can be a little scary, but it can also be an amazing act of self-love.
      Letting go of my worries and stress made a difference for me; of course I still dip in and out of some of my stress jar from time to time, but I've found this list a good reminder of what I need to strive for each day in order to reach unlimited happiness.
      Here are 7 things to let go of in order to reach unlimited happiness.
      Let go of feeling guilty for doing what you truly want to do.
      Let go of worrying; worrying is like praying for what you don't want.
      Let go of being the "go-to person" for everyone, all the time; stop blowing yourself off and take care of yourself first because you matter.
      Let go of thinking everyone else is happier, more successful or better off than you. You are right where you need to be. Your journey is unfolding perfectly for you.
      Let go of trying to save or change people. Everyone has her own path, and the best thing you can do is work on yourself and stop focusing on others.
      Let go of trying to fit in and be accepted by everyone. Your uniqueness is what makes you outstanding.
      Let go of regrets; at one point in your life, that "whatever" was exactly what you wanted.

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