It's Coffee Break Story Time!
I’m simply stunned with how this year is rolling by—you, too? It got me thinking about how time is the ultimate shape-shifter. It crawls when we are bored, unhappy, or impatient for the future. It clips along when we are busy or happy. And it literally flies by the older we get.
I’m at the age where I really want to make the most of what time I have ahead of me. It starts with being honest about how I spend my time. Only then, can I make clear choices with fewer regrets afterwards.
Got a little time? Grab your coffee and dig into this weekend’s one-minute #coffeebreakstory!
Where Does The Time Go?
Nothing f*cks you harder than time. —Ser Davos, Game of Thrones
Who doesn’t bemoan the passage of time?
Never enough! More, please!
Time is a precious commodity easily frittered away, cavalierly ignored, or taken for granted. We put things off for another day … but does that day ever arrive? Or does regret show up instead?
Yet what if it’s not time that’s the thief of our days?
Maybe it’s what we give the privilege of our attention to that determines the satisfaction with our allotted time…
Each moment of every day is an opportunity to choose how we use our time. So it follows that we should also recognize what takes us off course.
My personal distractors are texts, my dogs, and “sometimes” a sale on shoes. (Know thyself, eh 😉
What steals your attention? I’m listening…
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