Time is a precious thing, and for most of us, it often slips through our fingers because of the busyness of everyday life.
We all have to deal with obligations and commitments, but we also set goals for ourselves. I don’t even mean big goals, but the little goals we want to accomplish that are part of the big goals or just the everyday tasks we want to get done.
A big part of the stress of everyday life comes from those small goals or tasks. You set goals in your mind, your write them down on your calendar, and expect to finish them by the end the day or week. Then, if something else comes up and disturbs the progress of those tasks you can get annoyed, anxious, grumpy or even angry.
You get stressed out of something you have put on yourself and lost sight of the bigger picture. You have stopped putting things in perspective.
When you start putting those tasks and difficulties in the grand scheme of things you will come to realize it won’t hurt you, it won’t even touch you. The only hurt happens inside of your head, but not in real life. You’ve planted this seed, this time limitation, deadline or problem inside of your mind and turned it into a huge obstacle.
But you know what, there is always tomorrow. There really is. And next week and the week after that. It can actually be done later. And if you really think about it, sometimes you can even not do it at all. Continue Reading