A couple of weeks ago, I had a great idea to use some of those inspirational Pinterest Pins that we all have a board for and put it to good use! Instead of just pinning them for “later” let’s use them for good.
For the very first one, I thought I’d use the one that actually inspired me. This quote has been attributed by the internet as having been said by Buddah. (Buddah claims he didn’t say that.) While we can’t be certain, it doesn’t really matter who said it, does it? The message is the same.
We all think we can do something tomorrow. That we can do it later. We can start that diet on Monday, call our friend tomorrow, go to the gym tomorrow, or write that letter this coming weekend. As I’m sure we’ve all found out, that’s not always the case. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring so if there’s something that matters, do it now. (Or take the steps to make it happen as soon as you can!)
I’m not saying everything can be done NOW, sometimes you have to save money, or wait for the right weather, wait for a decent hour to pick up the phone, or figure out how to tackle whatever it is, but I think we can all do a little better. Don’t you?
I do a pretty good job of doing things “now” but I can do better. Care to join me? Yes I just made this interactive!
Other than Time management, what would you like to do better with time?
Here’s what I’m asking: For the month of June, let’s all think about the pin above and consciously make an effort to be more mindful of the topic of Time, however it relates to you. If that means making/finding time for something in your schedule or doing things when you think of them instead of “later” or whatever comes to mind when you think of Time, be more mindful of it.
If you’d like to comment below and then write a post about how you worked on it this month, that would be super awesome. If not, that’s cool too. You can comment on this post, write a guest post if you’d like (always welcome), write about it on your blog (Send the link so I can be sure to catch it!), or makes notes to keep to yourself.