I’m a planner by nature. No, not the super artistic type who can turn a grocery list into a fabulous, doodle-filled work of art, but the type with spreadsheets and reminder apps running her life. Do I think this is cool? No. Do I think this is fun? Not really. But do I think this is important for everyone to do? Absolutely! Allow me to explain why.
Do you often find yourself wishing you had more time in the day to focus on things you really care about, rather than getting bogged down by the boring, yet necessary activities that must inevitably be succumbed to? You may think that there is nothing you can do about the chaos in your life, but I have good news!
I definitely don’t have all the answers. Right now, I feel like I don’t have any of the answers! It feels like I’m kind of living on the edge of my life rather than living in it. Like I am so close to doing what “I am” and figuring out what’s next.
Moving to a brand new place where you have no connections is always the perfect opportunity to reinvent yourself, turn over a new leaf, discover your most authentic self, or whatever other cliche you want to use for trying new things (or rekindling old hobbies). I find that when we have no time for additional stuff we want to try, we have this fantasy list of all the things we would do if we had more time. I share my own in this post!