Shake your bam bam. Do it. Because it feels good, and right now, we all need a little of that. Here's why:
This morning, I did what I do a lot. I took myself too seriously. I got up at my regular 5:40 am and to "do arms," and even though it was routine, I did something out of the routine. I reached for my liquid-gold bra top and fire-engine red cropped leggings. I should have known by that "#GetUpAndDressed" intuition that it wasn't going to be just about arms.
But in my just-awake fog to get dressed and go downstairs and push play, I didn't think that much about it.
I did my routine. It was fine. Nothing special. Weights were heavier than last week, but there was nothing more special than that until I finished.
I clicked stop on the video and flipped my Apple Music app to random for my cool-down. And guess what! That's where the vibes were.
Here came RDX's Shake Your Bam Bam, and here came the feeeels! That liquid-gold bra top dressing intention powered into this moment!
If you know me at all, you know I had a nice little dance party. I took something routine and made it feel good. And I mean good, like the kind of good where you get a giddy smile on your face even if you're all alone. (If you watch, you'll catch it!)
Just after that feel-good minute, I got a notification of a voice message. It was my client from Toronto. She sent me the sweetest voice mail expressing her gratitude for all that has happened in 2020 and all the tools she learned from me and my mentorship to have a fantastic year of progress (yes, even amidst the crazy).
I felt the swell of good fill up the last bits of my heart like a tap fills a water vessel. (If I'm honest, I almost overflowed with emotion - those tears as truth - that I'm always talking about). That filling feeling is true satisfaction.
Moral of the story:
When you feel good, you attract good.
Then it's merely up to you to be aware to see it.
So, find a way to take what is routine and make it feel so good. You'll put yourself in place to experience a wave of goodness after it. Watch for it.
Now, I'm ready for my day. I've had a few waves of goodness, and it's not even 9 am. Not too shabby. I wonder what the rest of the day will bring.