How do you spend your day? Are you aware of where your time goes? It can be helpful to keep a log from day-to-day.
Are you on target with your purpose? Do you know your purpose? If you know where you’re headed and know the why for your life, you can make better decisions about how you spend your day. With the unlimited resources and opportunities we have available to us now, this is really important!
If you haven’t yet, take stock now. What is important to you? What do you love? How do you like to serve? What are you here to do? Turn that into an affirmation for yourself and use it as a tester. If you’ve kept a log, reflect back on the activities you’ve taken throughout the day.
When you’re on target, you feel more fulfillment, and that leads to a happier, healthier you!
Much love, many blessings. ❤
So, I’ve figured out what to do with this blog. It’s going to be my new gratitude journal! I know I’ve posted “gratitudes” in the past, but now I’m going to make it a daily thing. This will be good because:
1) That’s one of my New Year’s Resolutions (to list what I’m grateful for daily), and now I’ll have a record of it! So, the next time my godfather calls to check in with me, I can say: “Let me just pull that up for you. . .”
b) It will be a way to stay positive. This is definitely something that I want in my life. It is so true that everything is all about attitude and how you look at things, so this will be extremely beneficial to me.
tres) This will look good for people checking me out for the first time. (And no, I don’t mean boys!) I mean people who want to network with me or hire me for their fantastic company/organization/latest dream idea.
I am inspired by two people that I am very grateful for:
1) Laura Menze and her “Self Leadership” session at the Naperville Community Career Center — (Life Quest Alliance) who inspired me to believe in my strengths, change my life by changing my outlook, and during whose session I came up with this idea.
2) Jimmy Fallon, whose Thank You Notes 2 also inspired me with its snarky, yet cute and creative thank you comments that gave me quite a few chuckles yesterday as I perused Barnes and Noble.
More to follow. . .
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