How's your day like?
I think I’ve heard this statement like oba how many times
Misusing it and over-using it has become a norm of sorts, if I might say…
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Naye, have you tried looking through it keenly?
I believe there’s something about it that makes it appeal to our souls
Don’t you agree?
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Think of it this way:
When do you wake up?
When do you leave your bed?
What do you do immediately after that?
Do you check through your diary, if you do keep one, anyway?
Do you read a newspaper?
Is the radio your close ally during the day?
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Do you ever respect your appointments?
Do you plan out, govern and work within your confines of time?
Or does time force you to work and live within it’s own confines?
How much of your day do you give off to gossip?
How much of your day do you give to your food and nurturing?
How much of your time do you allocate for physical exercises?
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Does your family ever get a second of your time?
Does bae get a second of your time?
Do you ever have a chat with the Most High?
I feel this is something we can “think about” all day and anytime of the week.
What do you think?
Blood and Water
Hehe….alright, Joselyn. If you say so.
I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Well written!
Hihi….thank you, Patti!
This post provides some food for thought. Depending on your own individual circumstances and situation, we would all tackle our day and routines quite differently. I guess it is what we are used to and the habits we have developed from how we were raised and so forth. It stems from how we all see the world and ourselves slightly differently from each other.
Eileen M Loya
My day always begins with prayer. I thank God for another day of life and ask Him for guidance and protection. The rest of the day, I do my best to be productive (workwise) and I also make sure I connect with each and every family member. Sometimes it is difficult to do that, because we all have different work schedules (all 4 of us work from home). But it is a rule that dinner is family time. No one is allowed to skip it.
I really love this. I think we can all stand to sit back and think about what our days are like and if they’re the days we want them to be.
Ivan M. Jose
It varies from person to person. My day usually starts with preparing for work, while weekends are for family.
This post is really thought provoking. We all tackle the day differently, but most of us have more in common than we realize.
I often think about what I am using my time for. I could stand to work a little less.
This really made me stop and think. So many of us go through our days on auto pilot, never really thinking about our days.
I feel like my days always feel rushed. I dont get to appreciate them as much as I would like.
Thanks for this post – it reminded me that I need to go back to using my daily planner. Not only did it help me organize my day, but I could go back and see everything I accomplished.
It’s good to question ourselves about how we use our time. And make sure we use it perfectly. Thank you for the reminder!
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I try to be very mindful of my day for how it affects me and for how it affects others. If we do this then we can all feel more emotionally at ease.
Such uncertain times we are living in. I try to start each day with positivity and healthy vibes, but it has been more difficult lately. Peace to you.
Great article! This is an eye opener for sure. Keep it up!
The world we live in doesn’t allow us to have time to our selves, even over the weekend, your boss will give u a call to ask if the work that he left with ,will be ready by Monday…same applies to public holidays. Keep in mind he will make this phone call while at a vacation with his family in palm springs. They have us work in suites while they ask us qns in jeans .
At the end of the day I think what matters is doing wat u love and passionate about, with this u will find the balance for family, God , friends , meetings and Bea.