Being able to accomplish something proficiently really makes us feel good about ourselves and feel like all our efforts are worth it. However, being able to do something and you are disappointed with your work, makes you want to turn back time and wish you had done the most important thing: priorities.
I wrote this post because a very important lesson has been gathered by my mind today. To be honest, I have A LOT of posts to publish later but I’m keeping this blog more like what I wrote in the about because this is actually more crucial to be taught to others as well.
And to skip the boring why-am-I-writing-this part, let’s get to the real message.
We all have priorities. Anyone who doesn’t have a single priority is just plain impossible. But it is up on us if we’re going to consider things in our life as priorities. We make some of it, but others we just go easy on them. Let the time deal with it, I don’t want stress. Like, come on, it’s normal to say that. Who doesn’t want fun right? And it’s obviously not fun if we just work work work all day and not have time for entertainment. (same as to study study study without enjoyment) We deserve to have fun and to make ourselves smile by doing the things that makes us happy, for example playing sports, eating (but not over-eating because that’s bad), spending time with our friends or family, reading a book, playing video games, blogging, or reading blogs like The Ryry Blog *wink, wink* kidding. I mean we can all do that stuff and more because we are not designed to just do and do and not have fun. The point is, it’s okay to get off your head that “busyness” during your free time and relax because we make a good outcome of something if we are not frustrated while doing it.
My reminder is that: Don’t have too much fun. Anything that is too much is not good. Why? Because if you had too much fun, you’ll forget about the more important things that you have to finish. And you’ll just say nah, there’s another time for that or it’ll do. Does that make any sense? Probably yes while you’re still having fun. But in that moment when you get the result of not finishing your priority, Oh you wish you had finished what you needed to do first. Trust me, regret slaps you like a tsunami and you never know when it’s going to come. So while you still have time, finish your priority and enjoy everything after.
Good luck with life.