Filling our days doing what we “need” or “have” to do typically involves putting everyone else’s requests and demands before our own, and not aligning our actions with our passions (or what we truly want to be doing). When the coveted and minimal “me time” arrives, we have no energy or motivation because we have lost our sense of passion and purpose.
This is because we have forgotten to prioritize ourselves.
The fact is, when we are living from our passions and purpose, we got lost in what we love and we don’t want to stop what we’re doing. Even when we feel physically tired, our passions fuel and propel us with the energy to keep going. We make time because our joy is a priority.
Envision how your day would unfold if you prioritized your time for reclaiming your joys, passions, and purpose. Pay attention to how that feels.