I love home cooking!
I also tend to begin to feel overwhelmed with the process, even before it begins!
We had chicken out for dinner tonight. I hadn’t thought much about what to make with it, until I remembered my son had asked me to make chicken parm the other night. That night I caved into my humdrum of “not having enough time”!
Our chicken parm meal is a process! We use gluten free corn flakes, egg and then add a boost with some Italian dried spices in with the crushed up corn flakes and 2 drops of basil in with the eggs.
Here is what I did differently today… actually yesterday as well.
I started the day setting an intention. Not just what I wanted to accomplish at work. That’s obviously in some way on my list, I am loving feeling so efficient! I set my intention for the entire day! To flow with ease and grace. To attract love and positive thoughts. To shield myself from any negativity.
This afternoon I decided we are having chicken parm! I am dedicating to the process. I think we did pretty good to as dinner was served before 730pm!
Glueten free and oh SO yummy! Chicken parm served with penne pasta and feta ceasar salad! 🤗
When we truly believe there is more than enough time we come back into the, what I think of as the rational calm brain. I think of the opposite of seeing something on sale and really wanting it but stressing out it wont be there for you or there wont be enough for you to get what you want. 🙋♀️ That used to also be me at the grocery store. I’ve learned, there is always more than enough!
Same goes for time. When you believe you have an abundance of time, you do! Its interesting though because it’s not all the time. It’s interesting how the universe directs you. Because ultimately just because you think or want to have something, doesn’t mean that’s what’s best for you. It means sometimes letting go of the control. This world needs so much more love and kindness in it. Not division.
When we sink into this scarcity thinking, for example me if I had of thought “I dont have enough time for this or that…” the entire tone of the evening would have been completely different. The meal experience would have been. I wouldn’t feel as calm and accomplished as I do now.
Let it go.
Whatever “it” may be. Let the shit go.
Embrace and trust living in the now. Honestly this life experience is short for some. Live and enjoy the moment.
Like we did tonight with our home made, delicious, chicken parm and alfredo pasta! 🤩