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Is This Your Life?

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You wake up.  For one brief moment, after you rub the sleepiness from your eyes, you smile at the thought of a new day.

But then reality hits you.  Your mind jumps from worry to worry.  There are bills to pay, deadlines to meet, and conflicts to solve.  Suddenly, you feel like the day has already spun out of control, even though you haven’t climbed out of bed yet.

Ten minutes later (you hit the snooze button), you start a battle against the clock that you never seem to win.  The race won’t end until you slump into bed (forty-five minutes later than planned, of course) that night.

After you get up, you start going through the motions: get in the car, you endure the commute that gnaws at your soul, then you get to work and try to tackle the most important matters. But time vampires and busy work consume your day.

Fueled by caffeine you make it to lunch, where things only get worse as you inhale a meal of sugar, salt and fat at your desk.

Time seems to simultaneously speed up and slow down each afternoon.  Your co-worker’s problems comically become your three-alarm emergencies while irrelevant meetings drag on forever. Time literally seems to stall when you check the clock in anticipation of returning to the sanctuary of your home.

Doesn’t it seem like there just isn’t enough of anything in your day?  Time. Money. Energy. Love.

Frustration weighs on you.  It gets worse as the day goes on and piles up during the week.  Even your beloved weekends barely give you reprieve.  Instead, you struggle to use your time off to catch up menial errands as you try to keep your head above water.

Is this your life?

It wasn’t supposed to be like this, was it?

We plan. God laughs.

We all start out young and hopeful, but who among us has really achieved their dreams?

Why do people fail?

Why do people get distracted?

Why do people get off track?



But there is hope.

The good news is our blogs CAN help.

Politicians and the government will continue to make it worse and provide no relief.

Your choice.


The facts no one wants to read.

Comments and referrals to this blog would be greatly appreciated.


Written by solutions777

April 18, 2013 at 12:20 am

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  1. Reblogged this on The healthiest beauty.


    April 18, 2013 at 5:13 am

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