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Jan 4, 2017

Becky and Diana explore the effects of carrying around extra luggage in our lives.

  • When you travel light you have room to acquire new experiences and things.
  • Luggage comes in many forms: physical, emotional, mental, and relational.
  • Tolerating things and situation takes up time and energy and slow you down.
  • Often we don’t take care of things until they are extremely painful or problematic.
  • Urgency can be an artificial construct.
  • Get rid of your excess baggage by setting boundaries, delegating, or simply purging.
  • Letting go of things (and people) creates space and makes you feel lighter.
  • Expectations can set you up to carry extra baggage.
  • If you can’t get rid of your baggage by yourself ask for help.
  • Don’t let the weight of your baggage hold you back. Let it go.

Man cramming himself into a suitcase