Finding Time is Like Pulling Teeth

Ever feel like you have no time for anything, but you go over your week in your head and you realized you could have done so much more? Story of my life. I’m a planner. I like to have everything planned and organized, so that i don’t have to think or worry about it for the rest of the week. 

Well, as you’ve seen in my other posts, I’ve went through a season here lately of confusion and feelings I need to move on from certain things….. so I’ve realized my brain is booked, but my schedule isn’t. 

How do we get the most of out of our short time here on earth? Well, here is how. Stop planning. Stop worrying. Stop driving yourself nuts where when you have something nice planned, you can’t even enjoy it because you’re thinking of the rest of the week. 

Enjoy the now. So cliche, I know. But it’s true. Appreciate all of the wonderfulness in every day, every hour, every minute, every second and millisecond… you get the point. 

Being young we have all these ideas of what we want, need, or should be doing. But really, we need to just be living this life to the fullest. Not spending our days drinking our lives away, partying, or doing everything we can to not grow up. But be an adult. Adults still have fun, but in a good way. Trying to be a child the rest of your life didn’t turn out good for anyone! 

It’s okay to plan. Just don’t let it ruin the now. Don’t let the thoughts about the next thing, or the future ruin everything you could be enjoying right now. 

My little snippet of encouragement for the day. Comment share and subscribe! 

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1 COMMENT

  1. Jennifer Godfrey | 22nd Mar 17

    Excellent advice!! I was just thinking about this very thing! At the end of every week I am left feeling like I should have done “more”. Maybe I’d feel less like I’ve failed, if I change my standards by which I’m measuring what exactly defines a productive week! Love you!!

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