Life lessons I have learned a little late. Please don’t make the same mistake!
What’s your typical weekday look like?
If you are LUCKY ENOUGH to have a job in this economy, your averaging about 7.5 hours a day at work according to the American Time Use Survey.
Some of you are clocking a commute of 100+ miles round trip daily.
So let’s break down a possible scenario:
You get up at around 6:00 AM and put some sorta breakfast together. I won’t forget to mention your much needed morning cup of coffee.
You realize it’s too late to workout, so you head for the shower. Too tired to lay your clothes out the night before, so your fumbling around looking for something presentable to piece together.
Your hair has taken a bit longer to style than usual, so you slack on your makeup routine.
You know you shouldn’t put on those new high heels, because you haven’t had time to break them in, but you ignore your moment of SANITY.
DANG! You forget to pack your lunch. Oh well, your used to scrambling, grabbing a quick bite to eat during your 45 minute lunch break.
Fumbling around looking for your keys, you catch a glimpse of your purse and realize it doesn’t match the outfit you pieced together at the last minute. You don’t have time to mess with it. Your out the door hoping you grabbed everything needed to get through ANOTHER DAY.
You start the car to find you have a quarter tank of gas left. You say to yourself…“Figures! I can’t be late again. My boss is going to kill me. I can’t get fired.”
You see where this is heading. Since the minute, this poor gal woke up the cards were stacked against her. She failed to finish before given the chance to start.
I am comfortable saying this scenario rings true for a great majority of individuals.
EACH DAY runs into the next, and you realize you are just another HAMSTER ON THE WHEEL OF LIFE!
This was a typical day for me before I got sick. I was getting trampled by life, and I never questioned slowing down and checking in with myself.
SO, if I got a chance to go back in time and speak with healthy Marissa, THIS is what I would say to her…
(If you are healthy and feeling a bit out of control, THIS ONE’S FOR YOU!)