Why You Shouldn't Rush
Updated: Sep 28, 2022
When you’re in a hurry, little else matters other than getting to your destination on time. Learn a mantra to limit rushing.
There’s nowhere to be.
I often find myself repeating this when I feel stressed and rushed—it helps balance the chaos and anxiety of the moment. And it’s better than rush, rush, rush, rush, rush, rush, rush.
What's the No. 1 thing that makes me stressed? Rushing.
So why do so many of us continually find ourselves rushing all the time?
At this point, we rush out of habit because we’re trying to keep up with all the things. Rushing to get somewhere on time is like winning a race with no medal.
What if I told you that there’s nowhere to be other than right here, right now? With this inhale. And this exhale. That’s what I do when I find myself rushing.
This video is part of A Second for Yourself—a 52-week mantra video series that encourages everyday moms to take a second for themselves. If you missed the earlier mantras, subscribe to my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel to be the first to know about upcoming videos.
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This week's mantra: There’s no rush.
Practice It: Notice When You Rush
Rushing out of habit—we all do it. When do you rush the most? Do you have tips for those of us who perpetually rush? Share them by tagging @JulieGtheYogi on Instagram or add a comment in this YouTube video.