I wanted to make an effort to exploit my full potential and accomplish more and I was not doing that. If there was an award for procrastination, I think I would have been in the running in the past.
The answers or solutions we seek vary according to where we are at in our lives.
Whether it is going to visit my mother who lives overseas or going kayaking, I now spend my money on great experiences that teach me a lot and afford me a lot of fun. I feel so much more rested these days.
Last and not least, I do my best to love myself now. I learned to meditate and incorporated that into my daily routine. Recently, I was talking to a healer about how I survived my life challenges.
It was then, that my next phase of my journey began.
I now am more aware of how I spend the most precious commodity all of us have been given, time. After a few months, I began to realize that when I started my run, I would feel terrible and then when I got to the end of my street I would start feeling better and the sick feeling in my stomach would disappear.
I also know now that challenging yourself is the only way to grow and improve. I have become a silent partner in a business and have also invested in my own business. I carefully and discriminately decided on the changes I would make in my life.
And I have been saving a ton of money by eating out less. I can honestly say that I used be bad at forgiving others and myself. I also decided to cook more food at home rather than eating out.
I save a lot more than I did before. I blog about these and other experiences regularly because I want to share my experiences and help others. I decided to read more books.
I would come back from my run, have a shower and my protein shake, then wait for the kids to wake up and my day would begin. Here is what I did: I would have my running gear ready by the bed, I would get dressed, walk out the door and start running for 45 minutes.
I schedule visits regularly and my fear has been greatly reduced.But change is doable, says Steve Olsher, author of the New York Times best-seller What Is Your WHAT? Discover the One Amazing Thing You Were Born to Do. “Before anything can change in your life.
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