Right now it’s almost impossible to imagine tomorrow, let alone what might happen after the crisis. Why not take advantage of it, and make some changes?
Alexandria Blaelock, dauthor of Ms Blaelock’s Book of Planning a Life Worth Living says, “every day is one single day on the journey of your life. It’s a step between your past and what comes after. You get to choose what happens next.”
Here are Blaelock’s tips for after the crisis:
- Take a break: Instinct and the need for a sense of security will make you cling to your usual routine. But when a change is forced on you, you have the opportunity to reassess the way you live your life.
- Reassess your priorities: If you’re facing a dark time of the soul, reassess what’s important to you – this partner/job/home or something better?
- Think about what needs to change: If you decide you need a better job, what do you need to do to make the change? Do you need qualifications? To move across the country? To save some money to make it happen?
- Make a plan: When our movie hero/ine is in their dark moment, we’ comforted when someone says, “here’s the plan.” Comfort yourself. Plan out how you’re going to change your life for the better after the crisis is over.
- Make it so: Right now, you probably have more time for planning and making change than you’re used to. You can probably start making changes, even if it’s just getting up a little earlier and doing some exercise. Or reading War and Peace.
Alexandria’s tips for after the crisis will help you think about what’s important. And what you need to do to make a change.
Click here to find out more about Ms Blaelock’s Book of Planning a Life Worth Living, or visit Alexandria’s website.
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