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Title: There are SO many excuses that can distract us from our Recovery!
Author: Fraser Trevor
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There are SO many excuses that can distract us from our Recovery! Here are some: Facebook Twitter Instagram Email Over giving to oth...
There are SO many excuses that can distract us from our Recovery!

Here are some:
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Email
Over giving to others
Making other people more important than ourselves
Watching TV
Too much socializing
Eating
Drinking
Sleeping
Drugs
Toxic relationships
Putting things off until tomorrow!

There is a rich gift within you that recovery NEEDS you to give us. You don't even recognize your power or importance.

But it's there and it's waiting to be born. And the thing is that the world will not tell you this - only the subtle whisper within you does. And perhaps a good friend or two. Or an inspiring book or story that you read.

But in order to create this gift, in order to give birth to it... YOU must let go of all distractions.

Seriously, how much time do you spend on the above things? And how much time do you spend ACTUALLY creating or giving your recovery gifts?

I am as guilty as they come. I spend so much time on social media, it's toxic to my work. Same thing with food.

Lately I've been putting up more of a boundary with social media and email.  I've been able to get a handle on my sugar cravings. Which means food is less of a distraction to my recovery, too.

There are so many times that I've felt the urge to create and yet instead of creating, I ate or got on Facebook and debated with someone. Part of my intention as I move into 2014 is to create more space for the things that I want to create and stop wasting time. I could do SO much more if I didn't distract myself with the above crutches.

Some of them haven't been distractions for a while (like toxic relationships, drugs and drinking), but I am guilty as charged on the rest of them.

One of the worst ones in my life is waiting until tomorrow. Do you have that one? It's the WORST! Waiting until tomorrow slowly seduces our recovery and creations away from us one day and one moment at a time. In the moment it doesn't seem like that big of a deal, but it really is.

So, how are you putting off your recovery? I'm curious!

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