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How to Embrace More Ease + [Free Worksheet]

I feel the pace increasing as the last vestiges of summer slip away.  How can we embrace more ease as we step into this fall season?

In today’s article I want to explore the topic of ease.  Specifically we’ll look at what ease is and how we can translate this into our personal lives.

What is ease?

To help us get started, let’s look at how the dictionary defines the word ease.  Here are just some of the definitions I found on dictionary.com:

“freedom from labor, pain, or physical annoyance; tranquil rest; comfort”

“freedom from concern, anxiety, or solicitude; a quiet state of mind”

Ease defined: “freedom from labor, pain, or physical annoyance; tranquil rest; comfort” Click To Tweet

Synonyms for the word ease include: calm, content, satisfaction, serenity, restfulness, & enjoyment

With this definition and synonyms in mind, let’s take a moment to explore how we can translate this idea of ease into our own lives.

Let Go to Embrace

As I read through the definition and synonyms of ease, I found I was most struck by the words “freedom from…”  There was a sense that I needed to let go of something in order to make room to embrace more.

Ease needs us to create space in our lives in order for it to exist.  With this in mind, I want to invite you to use the following journal prompts to explore how you can create space for more ease in your life.

Journal Prompt Questions

Pull out your journal or download this free worksheet and use the prompt questions below to explore how you can start to embrace more ease in your life today.

Download this FREE Journal Prompt Exercise

  • What did you notice as you read through the definition and synonyms for the word ease?  
  • What words or phrases stood out to you?  
  • What would having more ease in your life look like? 
  • What is one area in your life that you would like to embrace more ease in?
  • What is one thing that you can practice letting go of this week to help you in this one area?

As you go into this next week, I encourage you to focus on embracing more ease in the one area that you identified in your journal writing.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

With Gratitude,

Karlas Signature

P.S.  Check-out my FREE self-paced e-course, Write Beginnings, If you would like to get started with journal writing but don’t know where to begin.

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