The past two weeks have been very busy. Another busy week is about to begin. I’m under the gun to give something of a miracle to a rather challenging client in a very short amount of time. Ah, time. How little of it we always seem to have…
Right now, I am taking time just for me. I have to. Self-care is important to one’s mental and physical health and well-being. I think we don’t do that for ourselves anywhere near as often as we should – if, that is, we do it at all. We live in a time where there isn’t any time for relaxing. We’re always doing something; we’re always rushing here and there. Our dance cards [to coin a phrase] are so full all the time that we don’t even have time to sleep, never mind get any real rest. And our lives are lived this way every single day. No wonder it’s such a shock when we wake up one day, look in the mirror, and suddenly realize that not only did we get older – seemingly, overnight – but we didn’t do any of the things we planned to do. Where did the time go?
The older we get, the faster time moves. This is a documented, scientific fact. So it’s important to make the most of the time we have. To do more of what we enjoy and less of what we don’t. To live for ourselves, and slave less for the profit and benefit of others. To really experience life in all its fullness instead of looking out the window and seeing it pass us by.
But, these are just my opinions and thoughts. They mean nothing to anyone but me. And on that note, I’m off to start my day.