Your Challenge Today:

Get your priorities straight!

By Bernadette Kathryn, LMT, IHLC


Good things happen

when you get your priorities straight.

~ Scott Caan



What does it mean to ‘have your priorities straight’?


Well that’s a good question and one that only you can answer. What are your priorities, that would be the first question. Once you can identify your priorities, like your goals, you can then work backwards to determine what’s important to make the priority a habit and make good things happen!


I like it when good things happen, sometimes life just works and events fit into a groove nicely, that’s good! You know, like the times when all the lights turn green when you are approaching the intersection and you feel like life is going your way. Those are the times that life feels like it’s all falling into place, I am on the right track and I feel the universe is supporting me. Then there are those days when nothing goes the way I had planned, the traffic is terrible, I am running late everywhere, clients are not in the best mood and everything feels like a struggle, ugh.


Well, that is life, some days are up and some down and then there are days in between when our experiences are a bit mixed. So how do you keep your priorities straight with all the ups and downs of the teeter totter?


The best way to keep our priorities straight is to KNOW what they are and have a commitment to them in action. It’s one thing to say you want to be healthy and it’s all together different when you choose to walk to work everyday instead of taking transportation, that’s priorities in action. It’s one thing to say you want to lose weight and all together different when you eliminate the potential pitfalls by cleaning all the candy out the cupboards, that’s putting your priorities straight! When you are able to align your goals with your priorities and actions ~ good things happen as you move forward in your journey with confidence.



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