Time and Decisions

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I love this quote from Abraham Lincoln, “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” In life, we come to many crossroads. Sometimes it is safer to before you graduate high school because most of your life is predictable until then. Your biggest concerns are getting good grades, eating, resting, and having fun. These decisions become more difficult the older you get. In high school, you have to decide “what’s next?”.

Over the years, life gets more complicated, responsibilities increase, and time seems to disappear. What is the best way to spend your time? There is no perfect answer. Which path do you take? There is no perfect answer to that question either. How can we know that we are managing our time wisely or taking the right paths? (Please comment if you have a great answer! Help me out here! 🙂 ) I don’t know, but we will never regret our decisions if we follow out passions and spend time with our loved ones.

As the summer approaches, this is what I will be doing. Loving on my kids, reading, and writing. I hope you have a wonderful summer and please, check in!


2 thoughts on “Time and Decisions

  1. As you say, there is no answer. It seems the key is to be engaged in the question, make passionate plans and see them through. It’s about the journey not the destination. Let’s make it a dynamic one. Great post, one that causes us to reflect.

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