Getting my Prioritizes Straight

Posted by Elle Moore on

Hi everyone!

I hope everyone had a great 4th! On today’s post I’ll be talking about prioritizes. Right now my life is a little hectic. I’m starting a new job so my schedule is going to be thrown completely out of whack for a while. I’ll do my best to keep up my blog and comic posts!

Really this post is more for me than you guys. A lil reminder that change doesn’t mean iminent self-destruction. Just gotta be prepared lol.

Let’s start with the obvious:

  1. Really dig down and ask yourself; what is a priority?

How much do you value your time, and outside of work/miscellaneous obligations how do you really want to spend it? Time is the only currency in your life you have real control over. 

  1. What’s important is more important than what’s urgent.

What’s important to you shouldn’t be put on hold for something that’ll be done when it’s done. 

  1. Is what you’re putting your time into helping you progress towards your goals?

Binging another show vs. spending some quality time on your art then binging the show.

  1. Take things one step at a time.

 

Life’s a rollercoaster, but you’ve got the master control and can slow it down or stop when you feel the urge to puke. There’s no shame in taking a break to enjoy another ride.

  1. Remember you’re good at stuff. 

Learning new things, though eternally important, can be frustrating. Don’t forget the things you excel at in the process of mastering a new one. But also be wary of wasting your time on a fruitless labor.

  1. Focus on the future.

The past is there to teach you, the future’s there to invite you to grow. Inspiring right? In the present it’s important to keep your goals in mind. And to flexible when life throws curveballs at you. You’ll get to where you’re going if you keep going.

If you’ve been struggling to put things in order, I hope this has helped you. Or at least that you enjoyed it. I hope you all have a great week!

Elle


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