Saturday, November 21, 2020
I don’t “find” the time.
Time is already there. Time will be there whether I decide to watch television and Chill all day or get up and move my body. Time won’t bend or alter itself regardless of my decisions.
You can't find time because it isn't lost or hiding.
What you can do is CREATE the time to do what you want or what is important to you.
Creating time is a commitment that requires a trade-off somewhere. Creating time means prioritizing and saying both YES to something and NO to something else.
I know that if I nap in the afternoon on a work night I won’t “find” the time to fit in a workout, cook lunch, get ready for work, and spend time with my housemates before I have to leave for work.
So now, I will “create” the time by setting an alarm so I can crush my workout because I know that my fitness is important to me. I choose to give up a little bit of sleep (or lazy time) so I am able to get my workout in. We make time for what is important..aren't YOU important?
I also know that finding the time to drive to a gym and back isn’t an option for me where I live. So I will create the time by working out from home. I don’t get to use all the fancy gym equipment, but if you ask me, I’m still crushing the *$h!t* out of my fitness journey.
If something is important to you then you will figure out a way to drop one thing and create time for another.
So stop trying to “find” time.
Time is not playing hide-n-seek with you.