Modern culture places such heavy emphasis on romantic love. As if finding the perfect partner fills inner voids, solves all problems, and completes the ideal life!
Hey guys! The world is in a weird place right now to say least.
Who would have thought in 2020 humans would be encouraged to stay indoors while penguins at the aquarium are roaming freely!
I like doing things alone better.
One of my goals entering the new year is to read a new book every month.
I set aside time to read. This is a way I prioritize myself.
There are a lot of things I set out to do in a day. That is because I know prioritizing my time properly will benefit me in infinite ways.
In the past (and even sometime now) I spent many, many days running around (both literally and figuratively) like a crazy person. Yet at the end of the day, I completed nothing. I may have worked a bit on quite a few tasks, but nothing is finished.
The determining factor is how we choose to delegate our 24 hours.
We all have the same 1440 minutes to be our best selves daily.
With the change of the seasons, the sun setting in the early afternoon, and obligatory family time creeping up, it becomes easier to fall into less productive habits and mindsets. Succumbing to these obstructive behaviors may feel more comfortable in the moment, but they are digressions along the path.
These may be easier choices, but that doesn’t make them the right.