The wine in your life is a bit off balance. Not a wine I would drink. Maybe you are able to laugh about it because are really great at self compassion, but how are you doing, really? How long can you keep living at this pace?
Your action plan: I’m not disparaging the love of bacon, but lets widen the possibilities. You might not even know what you want. It's okay if you don't, but what would happen if we created a more life-giving normal?
Don't even think of doing this alone. I've been there. Take a look at how I've helped others just like you design a more life-giving normal.
Congratulations, you are a driven woman, a two-fisted wine drinker. You aim high and get a rush from achievement. Maybe even thrive on acknowledgements for your work. You manage your time with precision accuracy, but your life is managing you. Right now, you think the trade-offs are worth it and you’re saving the best parts of life for later. You might have discovered by now, later never happens. It IS later and you still are not in charge of your life. You are also not alone; this is the second most popular place for the modern woman to hang out in life.
You need an action plan: Give yourself a gold star for your performance in life to this point. You have accomplished so much, but you also make great sacrifices to make other people rich. You do all the work and someone else gets the Jaguar. You’re not sure where your life is going and you consider happiness to be something you see in movies.
Girl, we need to talk. Let's not leave your future to chance. Let's take back control of your life. I've been there and I know the way back. I'll give you a free one-hour call to discover what's behind the curtain.
Everything in your life appears to be balanced and in perfect symmetry. You consider yourself a happy person and your life is fairly in sync. You get plenty of sleep, plenty of exercise. You eat well and fuel your soul with inspiration and friendships. And if you think your life still needs work to be clear and balanced, you're right.
You operate at a high level of self-care, but are you really operating at a pace you can maintain? You might not even know what "best" feels like because you've been holding it together for so long. It could be easy for people to be jealous of you because you're so perfect. What do you buy with perfection? How do you keep from being sucked into the hustle as a lifestyle? What if there's more? We should talk.