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Just Write Blog Entry 9: We Make Time for What We Love....

Just Write is written on a post-it taped to the inside of my computer. As I continue down the road of my own journey of self-development and discovery, I have challenged myself to wake-up each morning and JUST WRITE. These two words inspire me, even when I am feeling empty, to Just Write. I aim for twenty minutes each morning sometimes less, sometimes more, but I always walk away feeling better than I started. These blog entries are the product of following through on this commitment to myself. There is no rhyme or reason other than to Just Write. I am glad you are here. Perhaps I can inspire you to go more in the direction of vulnerability and curiosity  of how this simple act can play a part in your overall well-being when YOU JUST WRITE .


We make time for what we love, but will you make time?  I could just leave today's Just Write entry with this statement and question away because it is that powerful, but I made a commitment to myself  to write for at least twenty minutes  a day so here we are.  Powerful in context and it's simplicity and one hundred percent true. The thing is we like to overcomplicate things. We have a tendency to make excuses and put blame on other people as a coping mechanism to make us feel better; as if we are not in control of our situation at any given time. If we are not in control it is not our fault and we are really good at making excuses and placing blame in other areas.  If we feel we are not in control then the lack of making time for what we love, who we love therefore can not be our fault, it must be someone else's. If these Just Write entries have taught me anything it is to take more time to be still in my own silence, alone in my thoughts, able to identify where I am. To identify what I am thinking, why, how I am feeling and most importantly where I can do better. If I could make an assumption I would say I know we make time for excuses far more than we make time for what we love. Perhaps you are still stuck on this statement and question as you are searching for the last time you made time for what you love. Even more, you may even still be asking yourself what is it that you love to make time for in the first place.  So, let us ask the questions. What do you Love? Who do you Love? When will you make time for Love? Asking questions creates thought, movement and the shift begins to take place in your mind the moment you ask and that is progress.

Is it time to altar the relationship you have toward who and what you love? Only you can answer that, honestly, anyway. Others can tell you who and what to love, but it is you who has the power to shift no one else. I have discovered that identifying where you can do better is a necessary step in the direction of living well and where you find your power to shift your mindset to meet your potential.

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