This blog is a bit on the lighter side. We stress the need to educate ourselves in a skill that is of value in the marketplace. We balance family and work responsibilities which often leads no time for ourselves or fun. Life is too short. I remember going to high school and college and spent way too much time studying, working. Very little playtime. Here are a list of hobbies I enjoyed but sacrificed time in not doing:
* Performing comedy on stage
* Writing stories
* Dating (did I really admit that?)
Are you going through stressful times or investing a disproportionate amount of your time on running a business, finding a job or moving up the corporate ladder? If the answer is yes, the time for a change has come.
Here is a whimsical video of people who have invested in hobbies that they enjoy. Most of these “feats” are not linked towards upgrading their career, earning more money or puts them in line for being famous. But, they represent a category of activities you should never let go of. Doing things you enjoy just because they are fun or makes your life that much more interesting. If you do this, you will find people will find you more interesting. Wouldn’t you ultimately want to build friendships and maintain relationships with people with a variety of interests?
Action of the Day
List three things you really enjoy doing and practicing that you just don’t make time for. In the next 24 hours, find 15 minutes and do it. If it requires time, like hiking in the mountains, schedule it now in the calendar and complete in the next 7 days. Make a commitment to yourself to schedule personal time each day or several days to do something you enjoy but will not contribute to your financial wellbeing.
Quote of the Day
“When you’re curious, you find lots of interesting things to do” ….Walt Disney
Video Credit : You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7V-8v8tOJQ&feature=related