I like to think of the Summer solstice as the entry point into the rest of the year. It's an ideal time to check in on your progress against the goals you set at the beginning of the year and revisit how those goals are working for you. Do they still feel relevant and aligned? Do they still feel like the right things to focus on? Or do they need replacing because you crushed one of them? Do they need revising because... well.. life is taking you on a scenic detour?

However you answered those questions reflects your personal truth - and no one can tell you otherwise. If it means that you have to cross it off your list because, you've changed your mind, then... so be it. Far too often, we end up chasing goals that seemed like a good idea at the time (and once were) but don't feel good anymore. Perhaps what once served us, no longer does - and that's OK. I urge you to meditate on what matters now.

To be clear, I am a BIG fan of goals (bite sized and revolutionary) but they need to be fluid. They should reflect what's important to you, and sometimes what's important changes. I digress...

Now, back to Summer solstice. With the warmer weather, comes increased physical and social activities (and dare I say Radlers!). And, because the fire element is at it's peak, it's important to find a balance between doing, and being. Consider this transition period as an invitation to slow down and surrender to the joy of the present moment. If you are with friends, be totally present in that. When you're working on a project, be all in. 

So, whatever you end up doing this summer, be sure to make it great.

Peace Out,