How To Get Your Life Back On Track After A Summer Slump

How To Get Your Life Back On Track After A Summer Slump

The most important thing to do to get your life back on track after a summer slump is to reconnect to yourself. I'll share the essentials on how to do this.

After no alarm clocks, no morning hustle, and the overall relaxation that comes with summer, it may feel like an electric shock to the system when it’s time to get your life back on track.

It’s rough.

Especially when you’ve let yourself go to the easy breezy attitude of the carefree season which translates into late nights, lazy mornings and lots of ice cream!

The most important thing to do to get your life back on track after a summer slump is to reconnect to yourself. I'll share the essentials on how to do this.

In order to make the transition smoother, I’ve created a video where I share some essentials for getting your life back on track after a summer slump. The most important thing you have to do is reconnect to yourself as this is the key to moving forward with the life you want to live as the person you want to be.

I also talk about how working with your wardrobe is an excellent way to reconnect to your style, and give you the confidence to put together outfits that make you look AWESOME.

If you’d like to create a plan to up-level what you’re wearing so you renew your sense of style and feel amazing in your clothes, book your complimentary style clarity call. We’ll talk about why you’re not loving how you look, and what your next right step is to have an incredible style that gives you confidence in your life.

Here’s the video! Hit play, and let me know in the comments below how you get yourself back on track after a summer slump.

Elysha Lenkin
Elysha Lenkin helps women express themselves through fashion so they look current, feel confident and stay true to themselves. For over 20 years, she's worked on commercial shoots styling women in all shapes, ages and sizes including Carrie Underwood, Tina Fey and Serena Williams. Now her focus is to make fashion fun and approachable for real women so they show up feeling like superstars in their lives.

6 Comments

  1. terryshen says:

    Good tips and great timing with this posting, Elysha. Transition is often taken for granted, but it makes huge difference. Thanks for sharing.

  2. candidkay says:

    Oh, the closet. Yes. I will be focused more heavily on it about 20 lbs from now! (lighter, of course)

  3. Thanks for reading, Terry.

  4. Run Wright says:

    i love the idea for this post. Going to check out your video now.

  5. Thanks, Karen!

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