I love watching Tiff (DF/dominant feminine).

Everything she does is magic! (Can you hear “The Police” singing their hearts out??)

We’ve been very very busy that last couple of months, but this past 3 days has been exponentially CRAZY…to say the least.

Running your own business, coaching, speaking, having adult kids living with us for a time, a new grandbaby ready to bust out, lots and lots of videos, audios, and worksheets being created… creates a bit of overwhelm for my angel girl.

That’s putting it mildly!

It’s more like being a hand in the middle of one of those Dyson Airblade Hand Dryers, feeling like you’ll be blown out into space if you don’t have a firm foothold.

Yep! It’s been a wild ride.

The DF prefers lots of freedom of movement, no rushing, being in the moment, and not feeling to weighed down by life.

I know, I live with one, and have a solid understanding of the fact that Tiff does NOT like to feel overwhelmed…a common emotion for the DF.

When things get super crazy busy at our house, and Tiff is feeling frazzled, the sage wisdom of her mom always comes to my mind.

“Pieces parts little girl.”

Do you remember the timed math drills we did in elementary school?

To Tiff those drills threw her magical brain into overload and she would put her cute foot down and cry at the thought of such a task…that is until her brilliant mama solved the problem by taking a piece of construction paper, cutting a small square out of it, and placing it over the top of the math problems so that she could only see one at a time…voila! Magic!!

Suddenly Tiff’s world got easier and she could finish the drill in record time.

Sage wisdom, I’d say.

Just break it down into “pieces parts.”

Take it easy.

One step at a time.

And before you know it, you’ve completed the “test” with flying colors, and overwhelm disappears.

Nothing makes me happier than being 100% in deep with Tiff and all of her magical, emotional, and mystical ways.

The DF makes the world a much more colorful place.

You’re genius! 

Please let your colors shine BRIGHTLY.

Yours,

Jack

P.S. I’d love to hear 1 thing that simplifies your life when overwhelm hits. Please share right here. Inquiring minds must know. 😉