It’s 9:30 in the evening and I’m finally able to relax! Today was hectic, in a good way. I don’t know why, but I must admit that this goes under one of the best days of my life. I did what I normally do, which is take care of my beautiful littles, chores, errands, etc.
So, why do I consider this one of my best days? I gave today and everyone in it my all. That’s it. I woke up this morning miserable and I was going to continue like that, until I sat down with my breakfast and flipboard. If you don’t know what flipboard is yet, you MUST investigate. It’s an app that you download on your mobile device or tablet and pick what interests you and then, you articles that are tailored to you. Now back to my morning.
I was flipping through articles and I landed on this interesting one. It’s written by Eric Baker and is titled 4 harsh truths that’ll make you a better person. This article was a wake-up call for me. Although I believed I had everything in order, this article showed me that I didn’t and that I wasn’t even close. The reason being is because it mentions death and the lack of time we have. Basically, I don’t want to get to the end of my life and look back with regrets. I mean I do believe we will all have regrets, but I don’t want to set myself up to look back and not be able to say I lived my life and I gave it and everyone in it every ounce of me.
“You will spend a lot of time and effort on something in life. You can resent it and half-ass it and just get by — or you can commit to it, build it, jump in with both feet – and reap great rewards.”
This is the quote that stuck out to me the most and is helping me change my attitude and viewpoint towards life. Why not give it your all and be joyful at the end of your life versus being miserable? Even it takes time to adopt a new outlook, why not start somewhere.
Take a moment and read this article it may inspire you to make your biggest move or your next big move. I know it did for me. Happy reading 😊
Link to article: