If you feel overwhelmed by everything that’s going on around you, it can be hard to do anything. In this episode, Shannon and Janine discuss how choosing just one thing to do can allow you to move forward.
Discussion topics include:
- Taking delight in little things in nature
- Choosing just one thing to do—and doing it—when you’re feeling overwhelmed
- How the current climate can be paralyzing
- Applying the just one thing principle to self care
- How Janine’s yoga practice now feels cemented into her daily routine (and is great self care)
- Choosing just one thing to help you become an anti-racist
- That just one thing doesn’t have to be a gateway to doing more things. You can do just one thing.
- How Janine’s one thing (writing postcards to voters) has turned into 3,000 things.
- Shannon’s major desk clean: it started with just one thing
- How sometimes clearing a physical space can help clear our mental space too
- How small things are still important even when big things are going on
- An important zen proverb: “Before enlightenment; chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment; chop wood, carry water.”
- The ineffectiveness of so-called multitasking
- Yoga with Adriene’s Courage playlist
- Postcards to Voters, the group Janine writes postcards through
- Leo Babauta’s blog post, The Zen of Doing