For Fall break, I took the girls and their friends to NYC.
Taylor Swift wrote the song Welcome to New York when she returned to New York and took a lighthearted approach to the city.
NYC can be stressful.
The city can beat you up if you don’t know what you are doing.
You can get stuck in traffic and run late; and
the crowds can stress anyone out easily.
But our day was flawless.
We had brunch at the Soho House with my friend Caroline.
We found parking on the street a block away from Times Square.
We made it just in time to see a 3 pm Broadway show & Juliet
The girls loved shopping at Zara after the show.
At the end of the day, we got a table at a restaurant with a view of Rock Center.
It was an incredible day.
What made it the most enjoyable was I knew what I was doing.
I have complete know-how, and navigation skills dealing with NYC.
Everything fell into place with good planning and experience.
There will always be mistakes and traffic, but learning how to enjoy the experience and navigate is the key.
But what was more insightful about the experience and
what I learned from my friend Lisa Finkelstein is
I let go of the belief NYC is stressful.
A limiting belief can be self-fulfilling.
If I had approached the day as if it was going to be stressful,
then it would have been stressful.
Taylor Swift's Song Welcome to New York explores her newfound freedom and
lighthearted attitude towards New York.
But what was most insightful,
Next time I feel stressed,
I will put a good plan in place and visualize how I will navigate and enjoy my newfound freedom and get rid of any limiting beliefs.
Welcome to New York!
Reach out if you feel like you are missing a plan!
Empowering you to take control of your future!
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