Three Reasons Why Spontaneity is Food For The Soul

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Three Reasons Why Spontaneity is Food For The Soul

Happy Friday!

And greetings from Paris ~ the city of love! However, I have to say it’s a little different when one is exploring on their own. Still, I am making the most of it and taking it all in… La Seine, Montmartre, Les Champs-Elysees, La Tour Eiffel… yes, all of the hot tourist spots, however also doing some exploring off the beaten tracks…

When was the last time you did something truly spontaneous?

One of my Mother’s most famous lines was ‘Everything in Moderation…’ There is a time for splurging and indulging, just not every day. (And it’s good to remember in this city with beautiful sidewalk cafes at every turn otherwise my diet would consist of coffee, croissants, wine, and ice cream!)

However, this idea also extends to behaviours and attitudes.

After having spent time in Germany, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein over the past few days, I gained a new found appreciation for their sense of time, punctuality, and sticking to a schedule (it was a little different in South America!) and yet there are also time where being a bit more loose and spontaneous can come in handy!

Watch today’s video to find out why it’s important to also be spontaneous, and three reasons why it just may do you some good.

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And so now I want to hear from YOU! How are you going to be spontaneous this week? Please share in the comments below.

Have a FAB week!

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Carol Schulte

Carol is a published author, has been featured in numerous magazines and podcasts, and is a returning guest expert on Rogers TV. Having lived and worked in 16 countries including Ashrams in India and vans in New Zealand, rocked dreadlocks in Thailand and shaved her head for breast cancer, she certainly walks her talk and brings a global perspective to all she does. When she’s not traveling or speaking on stage, you can find her volunteering as a bereavement facilitator, training for her next triathlon, or practicing her serious carpool karaoke game.

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