Words of Wisdom
I was in yoga a couple weeks ago, and the instructor read this quote at both the beginning and end of the 75 minute class.
And I thought about it practically the entire time. It was just one of those quotes that truly resonated with me.
Don’t you love when that happens?
Something I’m constantly trying to do (operative word being trying) is to take inventory of my life. It’s so important to bring more things into your life that make you feel good and lift you up, and it’s even better to do away with those things that really bring you down and don’t make you feel good at all.
I feel it’s important to do an “inventory exercise” quite often.
If you think hard about what matters to you, and I mean really think about it – maybe even write it down – you’ll likely either notice a pattern and/or you’ll see just how content it makes you feel even just thinking about those things that truly matter to you.
And if you think about how you spend your time, it’s interesting to see if how you’re spending your time is with the things and people that matter to you or the complete opposite, or maybe you’re somewhere in the middle.