What constitutes a day being wasted?
I’ve had the flu for a week now and literally am sick and tired of being sick and tired. When my biggest achievement of the day is the trip to the couch…it’s easy for me to label the day as being a waste.
But, what about other days when it might not be as obvious.
Sure, laying on a couch for hours upon hours is pretty obvious…but what about playing on your cell phone for hours? Or, what about watching TV for hours? Or, playing video games or whatever your vice might be?
See. Then it becomes a little more personal – right?
The cumulative time wasted becomes secondary to the excuses of why you do “that” for as long as you do.
Yet, here’s what I know. Not one of us will get to the end of the year, much less our life, and wish we had wasted more time watching TV or on social media. It’s not going to happen.
So, why not level up and identify where you might be wasting time and do something about it.
Insight – we tend to lose time in smaller increments and that also makes it harder to identify as well.
I plan on getting off this couch soon…and not replacing it with my phone or some other irrelevant waste of time.