Lifestyle changes are coming! Sometimes, suddenly, as they did for me and sometimes gradually and with a little warning. The world is in constant change and we are also. Like it or not learning to adopt lifestyle changes is an essential and sometimes tough life lesson. Below are some steps you may take to assist you adopt these coming changes.
Make A List
Create a list of the forthcoming changes that you expect or which were thrust upon you. What do you see as different? Write all your thoughts down. Don’t judge any of your thoughts. When an idea comes into your head, write it down, as your marvelous mind wants that thought to be contained. You may want to collect some friends and confidants together and make the”list making” to a celebration. Have fun with this listing. Remember not to judge some of the ideas. Write everything down. There’ll be changes in the future. Some changes you may not expect at this time. That is okay. Don’t put pressure on yourself. Write down what comes to mind or what friends suggest.
3 Different Ways
Take your list and for every change that you recorded, envision 3 ways that could differ from how it was. You might wind up doing something differently or not as the case may be. Allow your imagination to soar. You won’t need to really do these things so don’t have any fear. You may do some of those thingsnonetheless, there’s absolutely not any pressure to do anything. The sole question to answer would be to envision 3 ways you could make the change in your own terms and in your own way. A close friend may be able to assist with creating the 3 modifications; however, only you know what you would like and this is all about you! Write down the 3 changes. Keep working through the full list. There’s absolutely no need to linger over them and you don’t have to return and”right” what you’ve already written down. This isn’t a test!
A New Map
Your daily, weekly, monthly program will change. This does make sense. If your activities change then the time you use will change. This is a fantastic thing. There’ll be activities that you do not do and so that will open up time to take unique activities into your schedule. A schedule is similar to a map of particular areas of your life. When you move from one town to another you are going to require a new map. Changing your lifestyle means you’re going to require a new map.
Create An Idyllic Schedule
Get the lists of changes and options that you made earlier. You’ll also require a calendar. Your map will be your new program. Some things in your program are required. Place down those things first. These are what you have to do (doctors appointments, meetings, etc.) These are things that exist at a particular time and have to be accomplished. Look at all of that open space! Next add the things which you do frequently like grocery shopping, laundry and such. Pick days and times which you need to do those things. You could just indicate that you need to do an activity in the morning or afternoon on a particular day. This isn’t a test! You’re making an idyllic schedule on your own. Idyllic isn’t perfect, it’s the best we can envision. Now you get to move on to using those lists which you created earlier.
Take every change and look closely at your 3 potential differences. Which of these generates the most emotion in you? Is one of these clearly the most idyllic for you? Try not to select the most”practical” one. Idyllic and practical aren’t always the exact same thing. If none of them are idyllic for you, pass on to another change on your listing. When you get an idyllic one, put it on your calendar. You’re building that idyllic map towards an idyllic way of life. This map isn’t the whole lifestyle, only a part of it. Keep going till you’ve looked at everything on your list. Have fun. Be creative. Open space in your map is terrific. Those open spaces are for you to research when you get there and find new experiences.
Adopt the Changes
You now have a map for an idyllic way of life. As with any other map, you may just get to where you need to go by after it. Bear in mind that every day that you follow your map you get closer to a idyllic way of life. Relax, enjoy the journey and find those new experiences which are waiting for you.