It’s the official first weekend of 2015 and I don’t want to bore you guys with “my most favorited posts of 2014” or my “most liked images or recipes of 2014”, its what all bloggers do at the beginning of a new year and I happen to find it so pase. Nor do I want to blog about “words of wisdom on life changing themes” because I’m not an authority on anything of the sort. But what I do want to do is talk about looking forward…
But time for what, you may ask. Well, time for everything! I mean, this past year almost seems like a blur to me. Do you ever feel or wonder how or why time seems to pass so darn fast? This thought has been quite daunting as of late. Maybe it’s because of those little wrinkles creeping up in my face that I’ve been so desperately ignoring or the fact that no matter how early I go to bed I still can’t get a good night’s sleep or that my first born is already a junior in college, omg! Whatever the case, time is passing me by and I feel like I don’t have anything to show for it except weight gain.
I thinks it’s safe to say that most people will automatically think of spending their time making more money, setting bigger goals in their careers or even planning to travel around the world. Nothing wrong will any of these things, if that’s where your priorities lie. I’m thinking just a tad more humbly.
Now that I find myself without a job, (what a way to start the year, lol) at least temporarily, I’m really hoping to learn to manage my time a lot better than I have been. I’m hoping to be able to do the things I want in a reasonable time without sacrificing the more important things.
Does that sound foolish or unreasonable? Perhaps. But it is precisley time that robs me of some happiness and yet it is time that allows me to create the very things I need and enjoy. But only if I pursue the more important things will I find happiness and contentment. In short, I must buy out the opportune time for the more important things in my life.
So there you have it; I’m looking forward to managing my time more wisely.
What are you looking forward to this year?