In about three months from now it’ll be Christmas time.
We’ll either have done things we set out to do, or not done them.
Either way, the time will have passed.
Which is a good thought to have about how we can make the most of the next two or three months. We can do this without encroaching on anything else we do.
There’s a great deal of talk today about “making a difference”. However, if we want to make a difference of any kind, we need perhaps to begin with ourselves.
These are challenging and disruptive times.
We are all learning new ways to live. Some of the changes are small, some huge. None are insignificant.
Never more than now is the need for us to be able to adapt our bodies, our minds, and our emotions, to the demands of daily living.
Contrary to popular belief, these skills can be learnt and developed and practised with relative ease. It’s a matter of understanding the principles and the fundamentals. Then putting them into practice on a frequent basis.
At any age, at any level of accomplishment, we can enhance our lives enormously by learning how to make the most of our personal resources, our abilities, and our talents.
That is the driving principle that informs the strategies and tactics of www.commonsensewellness.ie
If you haven’t looked recently, have a look at the website again here:
Let this be the first day of the rest of your wonderful life.