Hello, awesome readers!
Over the weekend I was thinking about all the stuff. All what stuff, Mona? You know. THE STUFF. All the stuff that we (you … me … the dog) want to get done, yet never seem to get to. And I’m not talking about cleaning out the garage. I’m talking about the stuff that means something. The stuff that at the end of our lives, will either make us really happy because we accomplished them, or will make us feel really crappy because we let the words “one day” dictate what we focused on.
I believe the word we want to avoid here is “regret”.
We all have a “best time of day”. A natural rhythm and time of day when we do our best work. For me, it’s mornings. Mornings have always been my jam. The only problem is that mornings are too damn short. I have to divide those few hours into sections so that I get all the important stuff done during my peak time. This includes writing (my own projects and client mandates), working out, and dance practice (in case you don’t know, I’m a hip-hop enthusiast).
As we get older, we tend to lose our rhythm. I blame lifestyle choices. Stress, wine, Netflix, online games (Scrabble, anyone?) … these can all affect our sleep pattern, which in turn affects our mornings. And if you’re a night owl or if evenings are your best time of day, again lifestyle choices will knock you off your kilter.
Why am I telling you this? Because this week I’m writing about figuring out your life purpose, which is directly related to understanding yourself and knowing when your peak time is – mind, body, and soul.
You can expect to find it here by Friday. So, y’all come back now, ya hear!
Update: In case you landed here out of order of me writing this, here’s the post: Feeling depressed? It may be because you haven’t figured out your life’s purpose. I hope you enjoy it.
Meanwhile, what’s your best time of day? Are you a morning person? A night owl? Perhaps you rely on that 2 o’clock second wind?
Let us know in the comments!
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