It might not seem like it at first, but a full life looks very different from a busy life.
A busy life is …
A busy life distracts us from what we really care about, and who we really care about. A busy life is all about piling it on, catching up, falling behind, and waking up tired to do it all over again.
A full life is …
A full life invites us to engage in what we really care about, and spend time with who we really care about. A full life isn’t about doing it all, but falling asleep at the end of the day content with how you spent your minutes and hours and a pleasant anticipation of the day to come.
A busy life leads to jaw clenching and brow furrowing. A full life encourages you to smile and breathe. The success of a busy life is measured by check marks on a to-do list while the success of a full life is measured by what’s on your heart.
Choose a full life.
A busy life seemingly chooses us, but we get to intentionally choose a full life by identifying what matters and getting rid of what doesn’t.
A full life allows you to show all the way up for people you love, create the time and space to listen to your heart and soul, and finally connect with what matters most.
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