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My Life To-Do List
Currently on my Life Wish List:
Do a sky dive
Create a better relationship with my children
Goals I am working on:
Making my life more effective
Projects I am working on:
Getting better at communicating with my older daughter
Remembering to say no to demanding people
When do you make time for exercise? I've started running again after a long time off, which was partly because there just didn't seem to be any time for it. Then I realized that since I'm not much of an early bird that I would start running at night. So a
Answered on 13th December 2010:
I'm still trying to work it out. I'm not great at getting out of bed but my partner works nights so I've been walking in the late morning with a friend and the double pushchair, its not exactly the kind of exercise I want. I think I have to bite the bullet and realise that I need to get up earlier and start swimming and running on alternating mornings.
How do you make it through life when every time you turn around you are hitting a roadblock? For example, our AC/Heater is broken, we are going to owe the IRS, and we just can't seem to get ahead.
Answered on 1st March 2010:
Hi, I have lived every day of every year for the last three budgeted to the last cent. The only thing I can say is learn to stop wanting. Thats it simple really but oh so much will power involved to get you through the addiction stage. Everybody these days is addicted to wanting and then financing themselves into bankruptcy to get what they want. I have finally learnt that just because I want it doesn't mean I need it. And honestly, go read or watch or listen to (best to do all three for optimum saturation) The Secret. If I really want something and if its something that I really need then when I make sure I ask properly it just simply turns up. Like a dishwasher, which just happened to be a pay it forward gift from someone else. Really, please, just do it. And every time someone smiles at you, smile back. I feel your pain and I live with it, take it as a life lesson and run with it. Sometimes the learning curves are steeper than others but they are never bigger than what you can handle.