Making Time For What Matters was developed to help you pursue your dreams, discover what truly matters, and live a fulfilling, successful, and meaningful life.
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Making Time for What Matters (MTWFM) is for people who want more, but more of what truly matters in their lives. What is a successful, meaningful, fulfilling life? Some call it intentional living, some call it happiness, some call it purpose. It’s about making conscious choices to live according to our values and beliefs and efficiently — and effectively — managing the limited time we have. MTFWM is about identifying, developing, and meeting our personal as well as career goals, achieving our aspirations, with whatever resources we have.
And because of the cataclysmic events and shifts in 2020, there will be posts to help you pause and reflect and help you survive in tough economic times. (I’m calling them”Tips for the New Depression.”)
Perhaps you feel adrift, uncertain where to steer your life — or even if you can? Or you may feel tossed and turned by the storm of all that’s happening now? You may even feel like you’ve gone aground or sinking after crashing on the rocks? Maybe for you, it’s smooth sailing — but you want to check your course. Let MTFWM be your safe harbor, your port of call, to restock for your voyage and possibly discover new destinations.
(Can you tell I desperately miss traveling right now?)
Or maybe like Alice & the Red Queen, you feel you’re running as fast as you can — but getting nowhere?
It’s time to try something different.
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This one is for my Journaling: Beyond the Diary students — and anyone else interested in journaling. Here are a few links and resources I use. If you have any other recommendations or suggestions,...