Don’t worry, be happy!
June 21, 2019
Kylie-Ann Kobelt

happy-go-lucky

adjective

  • –           cheerfully unconcerned about the future. 

Are you often referred to as the “happy-go-lucky” type? You know,  the kind of person who is always carefree, relaxed and always in the right place at the right time. Or perhaps being happy-go-lucky is a choice you’ve made, a mindset or attitude shift which helps you to get through the tough times.

What does being HAPPY-GO-LUCKY mean to you? 

 

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For me, being happy-go-lucky is a state of mind I choose to be in. I know I’m very good at being happy-go-lucky when I’m on holiday or if it’s the weekend. During the week, especially when I want to knuckle down and get things done, I’m a little less, “Whatever happens, happens” and more, “Let’s get this done!” kind of person.

For others, it can be a bit of a sliding scale. Some people are on the extreme end, where they are always relaxed and excessively happy- even when things are going badly. On the opposite end of the scale, we have those who are always a bit stressed, busy and worried. 

Where do you sit on the happy go lucky scale? 

Most people find that it can be dependent on what’s going in your life at that time. When we are young, with the world at our feet, we tend to embrace the happy-go-lucky attitude a little more. As responsibility and life experience catches up with us, we can start to become more driven and committed to getting things done straight away. 

The problem lies in when we aren’t able to switch off. We always need to be busy. There’s always something to do, something to finish or an idea to trial. As a society in general, we tend to look up to busy people, believing that being run off your feet all the time must mean you are successful. Challenge your beliefs around this. Do you believe you are successful if you busier?

Being busy doesn’t mean you are more productive.

Think about the last time you went away for a weekend. Did your laptop stay closed the whole time, or did you still need to check up on the emails? Were you able to relax and switch off, or were there still a million and one things you were thinking about? When we don’t take the time to be a little carefree, we can wind up overwhelmed and unable to enjoy the fun times around us. And you’ve worked too hard not to have a little downtime!

This weekend, I want you to take some time to work on having more life balance. 

Turn your phone off after a certain time. Allocate half an hour to work on emails, and then that’s it. When it gets to the weekend, try to do something that makes you feel a little happy-go-lucky. Whether it’s trying a new activity, enjoying a glass of wine or picking a destination with no plans in place, being a little carefree is good for the soul. 

Would you like a better work/life balance and not sure where to start? 

What does that look like for you?

What’s currently missing?

These are just a few questions I would ask when you schedule a free Connection Call 

Stop swimming and keep on keeping on and get back a  good healthy life balance.

Kylie-Ann Kobelt

Kylie-Ann Kobelt

Personal Life Coach, Business Coach & Change Mentor

 

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