I read an article on the weekend suggesting we simply say 'f**k it'.
Say f**k it to the things in life that aren't serving us. Say it silently, whisper it, or shout it from the roof tops. But drop your baggage and claim your freedom by saying f**k it.
A bold and irreverent suggestion indeed. I love the way it cuts straight through the nonsense and noisy chatter of the mind, and gets straight to the point.
A Western answer to the Eastern concept of letting go. Saying f**k it as a spiritual practice!
Can you say f**k it to caring what other people think of you?
F**k it to feeling guilty about taking time for yourself?
F**k it to working 50 hour weeks to pay for things you don't really need?
F**k it to doing what you feel you're 'supposed' to be doing?
Give it a try, see how it feels (and I'd love to hear how you go with it).
I haven't read the book, but if you'd like to, it's here. Unfortunately I can't remember where I read the article to give them due credit, but hey, f**k it, I'm not perfect and I'm ok with that!