Have you ever found yourself ruminating over your past or stressing over your future? It’s a common ailment of the human race. I think we all struggle with this from time to time. This stress can be healthy because it will help us realize there are some things we want to do differently than we have done in the past. And in order to change those things we have to do something today to change them in the future. It’s only unhealthy when this stress or worry gets to be so crippling that all you can do is lie on your bed and stare at the ceiling. The famous Dalai Lama said, “There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow.”
No matter how many times your review something in your head. And no matter how many times you plan something out in your head – it’s not going to happen unless you do something. Don’t cry over spilled milk and stop stressing about the milk that hasn’t been spilled. Today is the day to go out and do something. Today is the day that you can get something done.
Stop stressing. If you wanted to lose some weight, it wouldn’t make sense to just keep stressing about all the food you ate yesterday and it wouldn’t make sense to keep writing down your exercise plan. You have to buy some healthy food, eat healthy meals, go to the gym, and avoid eating those donuts today. If you are too lazy to do it today, you might be too lazy to do it tomorrow. If you don’t get it done today – […]