Saturday, May 24, 2014
The things which matter the most should get the most attention. More times than not this is the complete opposite. In the past, I've made work, community, and sometimes church the priority. I've sacrificed healthy eating, not enough sleep, and peace of mind. Yet, my goals were to improve in each of those areas. When I complained about not having enough time or being to busy, what really I needed was balance.
Today, I can honestly say, I've taken inventory of my actions to ensure they line up with my goals. Everyday, I make an effort to eat healthy, exercise, and spend quality time with hubby, family & friends. I've learned I can't do it all, no matter how good my time management is. And, it's okay to say "no". I've even asked family and friends to join me in being accountability partners. The results are beyond inspiring.
Take a few minutes to evaluate the things which matter most. They should be your priority.