Improving your quality of life


Improving your quality of life is something we think is a feat too hard to even fathom.  I’m not able to tell you how many times I hear someone talk about how there was no time for this, there was no time for that. We’ve been over that before recently, this write up isn’t going to be about priorities or how much time we really have. I just want to shine some light on the fact that if we really want something, if we’re willing to sacrifice and put in the hard work, then you can achieve it.

It baffles me how so many of us believe we can run on an empty tank, how we can never take a break, how we don’t relax and think we’re at our best. Could you imagine being a marathon runner and putting yourself through an excruciating difficult workout regimen every single day for a week before your competition? It simply doesn’t work, you’d be drained, exhausted and wouldn’t last.

I know we feel overwhelmed, I know there is too much to do, and I know we don’t think there is time for anything other than getting through the day. But we can all make small changes to improve our life. We can all eat out one less time a week, we can find one thing to do to be more active in the morning or in the evening and we can all believe just a little bit that we’re slowly progressing in the direction we want to go.

See, if you really want to provide for your family, be strong for your children, if you want to be that beloved spouse you thought about being on your wedding day, it takes progressions to get to where you want to go. Don’t think about it, don’t debate, I’d even caution too much planning. Take one step today, right now, and start your new life you’ve dreamed of, because there’s no better time than right now.

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