I’ve had enough life experience by now to see see how quickly the years seem to fly by, and to see how things I thought I needed to dedicate years to achieving would have been achieved by now.
I was so afraid of wasting my time that I wasted my time. My precious present moments were ultimately unproductive. Watching TV or browsing time wasting sites on the internet were my go-to pastimes.
If I had just committed even one day a week to learning a new language, I’d be fluent by now. If I had done yoga or body building regularly, my body would be in much better shape now. If I had learned to cook one new recipe a week, I’d be a masterchef by now. I could have learned how to play a musical instrument, or anything.
Whatever you’d like to achieve, begin it. Even baby steps in the right direction are steps in the right direction, and before you know it, you’ll be reaping the rewards of time well spent. I know because over the last year, my Photography skills have greatly improved through interest, practice and dedication.
Over the next year, I’d like to learn a second language, learn and practice yoga, learn to compose and play music on piano, and try out loads of new healthy, tasty recipes. 🙂
What will you do?