Trouble is, we take our time for granted.

Tomorrow is not a promise. It’s just not. Either that inspires you or it scares you.

It’s the only certainty in life.

Wealth, money, things are certainly valuable. But our time is precious. Don’t squander it on social obligations you don’t care about. Don’t waste it on negative people who are only capable of throwing shade. Even better, if you don’t like someone, it’s ok to tell them you don’t, you’ll probably end up both saving much valuable time to spend on things you DO love and enjoy, or with people you really care about.

Tomorrow is not a promise, so take time to enjoy your today. Working your ass off without rest and play will just make your life miserable. Work to live, don’t live to work.

If you’re not happy or are feeling stuck, don’t wait for a favourable moment to take action. It might simply never come. Take the vision of your ideal life and try to blend it with the reality you’re living, and strive for it while keeping in mind that it’s the journey itself that’ll make the goal valuable. Maybe you’ll even get there and realize it wasn’t even what you were looking for in the first place, or maybe you’ll just change goals or perspective as you progress.

So just enjoy the now.
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. Very dull, I might say.

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3 thoughts on “Trouble is, we take our time for granted.

  1. Great post! I’m vowing this year to not waste time on people who really aren’t worthy of me. I always give people the benefit of the doubt, but if they can’t make a minimal effort, I’m done. Life is indeed too short.

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