March’s issue: Renewal, a recipe for achievement and growth
Renewal marks a change in our lives. It means to start anew, freshen up lifestyles, ideals, ways of thinking and even our relationships. Sometimes we can become stuck in broken connections or repeating patterns. Renewal becomes an opportunity to shed the skin of old and to become the person you were meant to be.
There’s no better time to do this than when the earth is doing the same. In spring, we revel in the scent of fresh air, the sound of birds singing and the wonder of nature being reborn. After the hibernation of winter, spring is (excuse the pun) a breath of fresh air. It’s easy to allow the new energy to envelop us and take us with it. And why shouldn’t we allow it? We all need a break from the drudgery of day-to-day life. Let’s renew together.
What’s in this issue
In March’s issue of The Daily Key, we’ll discuss personal growth through spring cleaning one’s inner psyche, releasing old beliefs and overcoming bullies. We’ll even talk about why now is the best time to look for a new job or to further your career.
We revisit November’s theme of addiction with a focus on reframing the term. This reframing can possibly help us overcome previously held roadblocks to success. The chemistry of addiction, addiction and families and personal stories of how it can tear us down will be on the table for discussion.
Breaking down is sometimes the only way to build up, after all, which is why renewing ourselves from a breakdown or detour can be a way to manifest our future. We’ll share creative ways for manifesting, as well as manifesting the summer we want for our kids and ourselves.
We haven’t forgotten our environment, either. The world around us is changing. There’s no better time than to change with it than now.