Time Out

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Chances are you don’t have a whole lot of time in your day to actually do what you were put on this earth to do. I know I have been struggling with finding time to create since I started this journey about a month ago to transform my own life.

Finding the time in the day to create or to answer your soul’s highest calling is, well…hard. Especially if you have multiple obligations such as a full-time job, a family, etc. But you must do it! For everyone involved, your family, your co-workers and of course you.

Finding the time in your day to create and just spend it the way you want is important. Even though it’s hard, you must make this a priority in your life. Personally, when I make my writing a priority, I have found that I am much better at giving to other people when they need my help and am much more loving and compassionate.

When you are always giving yourself away to other people and other obligations that you have in your life and forget to acknowledge your own true calling, you feel exasperated and exhausted.

Giving yourself the freedom to take at least one hour out of your schedule every day to do what you want will pay you back multiple times in fulfillment for yourself and will bring more peace to your relationships as well.

Disregard the opinions of others who may tell you that you are selfish for thinking of yourself. If you have children, you owe it to them to follow your passion and your calling. You can tell them to follow their dreams and passions, but if you are not living by the same creed, your children will notice. You may become bitter and angry after working a long hard day because deep inside your soul knows that you are not following your calling. Your children will see that and may then follow in your footsteps.

Being an RN and seeing so many people at the end of their lives, the saddest situations that I have witnessed are the ones where people have deep regrets for not following their dreams.

Here’s to Living Your





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