Times have changed but change isn’t always a bad thing. 100 years ago we spent as much as 43% of each and every day working to get food. Today we spend only 7% of each day working for our food and 10% of our day watching TV.
We love to complain about not having enough time to get things done, but if we are spending 10% of our time in a day just watching TV, maybe the problem isn’t time, it’s us.
Is it really that we don’t have time to find true love or is it that we don’t make the time?
We have to prioritize our goals better. If finding love really is important to you, then make the time.
But how can you do that?
Well, let’s start …. write down every single thing you do for an entire week. For example ….
- 7:00 am woke up
- 7:10 am shower and got ready for work
- 7:40 am ate breakfast
- 8:00 am left for work
- 9:00 am to 5 pm – work
- 6:05 pm got home from work
- 6:15 – 6:45 worked out
- 6:45 pm ate dinner
- 7 pm to 8 pm watched TV
- 8:00 pm to 9:30 checked email – surfed the web
- 9:30 pm went to bed
Now at the end of your week analyze your notes and see where you can cut back on non-essentials and use that time to finding love — Even if you only have 20 free minutes a day.
Most people find when they actually write down everything they do, that they find a big chunk of time, more than they even realized. So use that new found time, to reorganize your life, and make love a priority!