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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

How To Create A Life You Love

In order to live a life you love, you must be deliberate in your planning and actions. It doesn't happen by accident. Creating a successful, fun life is like anything else you wish to achieve. You  create your  life the way it is with simple routine things that make up your day. You wake up, make your coffee (or in my case, fresh juice), take a shower, brush your teeth etc.
You plan your day segment by segment. It's the same thing with planning your future, you just go out a little further than you would for the one day. Let's say you want to create a habit of walking every morning before work or in the evenings after dinner. You need to be deliberate in scheduling in the time for that just as you do brushing your teeth. It doesn't need to be a long walk, you can start with 15 minutes. ( that's better than no walk )
And let's say you want to start writing that book you always wanted to write. Get yourself a note book or open a file on your computer and start writing. Write whatever comes to mind. Take notes, create categories, write down your thoughts and ideas.You can always organize it later.
Create the time in your day, maybe 30 minutes in the evening, instead of watching that television sitcom or the news, and use that time for creating your dreams. Gradually add in more things you've been wanting to do and find 15 minutes here and there to organize that closet or start a project you've put off. It doesn't take as much time as you'd think. What it does take is organizing and following through.Your day is filled with time that slips through the cracks, that time is valuable. I've noticed, when I'm doing the things I love, time seems to stand still. It's really interesting. What is it that you love? What do want out of this life experience?
What would you be doing and how would you be living if you were living a life that makes you smile, that makes you sing? Use your time to do the things you've always wanted to do and soon you'll be living a life you love.

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