In the blog post “How to Feel Better When You Don’t Know What’s Wrong” Winnipeg based writer David cain shared the idea of the cupboard sheet:
“Inside the door of my breakfast cupboard I taped a list of activities that reliably make me feel better: journaling, meditation, cleaning something that’s been dirty for a long time, reaching out to a friend, reading a real book, and half a dozen others.
However, I only included activities that made me feel better in a particular way.”
For the full post go to: https://www.raptitude.com/2020/06/how-to-feel-better-when-you-dont-know-whats-wrong/
What’s on your cupboard sheet? Remember to keep the options appealing, simple, and renewing.
How might the UU principles and aspirations, which you hear regularly on Sunday mornings, inspire some additions to your cupboard sheet?
(Curated and adapted for KUF from the 2020 Soul Matters materials for the theme ‘Renewal’ by Rev. Beckett Coppola.)