and see what you wrote then for “to do’s” in the year. Some of
you may have even applied a time line to your goals and
aspirations; others simply listed them, assuming the
appropriate time will occur to you along the way.
plans, so our calendar expresses our intentions, not necessarily our actions for a specific day. Sometimes those occurrences are welcome diversions from a tiresome routine, and sometimes they are unnecessary distractions, and sometimes they are actual emergencies that require our time, energy and attention.
those hours reveals your priorities. At the end of the day, the
feelings you have about the activities you did during the day reflect how close those actions come to your authentic self. If you experience discomfort the level of frustration you feel indicate your separation from your authentic self. If those actions were items on your calendar, then the question to ask is who controls your calendar?
your authentic self approving the appointment. If, on the other hand, you hear someone else’s voice dictating the obligation, responsibility, or duty, perhaps it’s not in your best interest to spend your time that way or with those people.