When you get up in the morning you have a choice. You can look forward to the day ahead, or you can dread it. And, much of that choice depends on how much you like what you’re getting ready to do for the next 16 hours before it’s time to hit the hay again.
Of course we are not going to love everything we end up doing during the day (I don’t know many of us that look forward to cleaning the bathroom), but you should be able to find some things to look forward to.
And, the more of that you can work into your life, the more fulfilled and happy you will be.
Love What You Do for a Living
Is your job something you look forward to, or something you dread? If you’re not having fun and enjoy what you are doing (most of the time – we all have bad days), it may be time to look into a career change.
No amount of money is worth being miserable and it is hard to enjoy life and love who you are when you hate much of what you are doing each day. Instead find something you can get behind and be passionate about. Make a living while making a difference and fulfilling your purpose in life.
Do What You Love Around the House
Our home holds special place in our heart. It’s our safe place, where we raise our kids and rest our head at night. It should be a place we enjoy spending time in. It should be a property we are proud to own something we enjoy taking care of. In other words, our home should be our sanctuary.
Take a look around you. What do you love about your home? What don’t you love particularly? What can you do about that? Start small, but start to improve your surroundings. Moving into your dream house overlooking the ocean may not be an option right now, but you can paint your living room walls and hang up a pretty beach painting. Turn your home into a place you love.
Do What You Love – a.k.a. Hobbies
Even if you are in a situation where you can’t do much about your job or your house, there are other ways to incorporate what you love into your day. Find something you enjoy doing. It could be gardening, curling up with a good book, playing golf, photography, knitting – it doesn’t matter what it is as long as it is something you love and enjoy.
In other words, find a hobby and make sure you make some time for it in your busy day and week.