How much do you really know about yourself? You may think you know yourself pretty well – after all, you know all the things you like and dislike. But how much do you really know about the deepest corners of your heart and mind? Getting to know yourself is something that takes a lifetime, but asking these questions can help you to really sit down and think about whom you are and what you want.
How Fun Is Your Life?
Everyone likes to have fun, but over-planning the fun really cuts down on the enjoyment of it. Weddings are a great example of this! True fun is about spontaneity. The only thing you have to do is be ready to have fun at any given moment and time. If you think back to some of the most fun you’ve ever had, it more than likely was not something that was planned. You have to be ready to let fun and joy in and then embrace it when it’s upon you.
When Does Your Life Begin?
Most people have major milestones that they answer this question by. Maybe your life started when you moved out of your parent’s house. Maybe it started when you graduated from college or technical school. Maybe you’re still waiting for that magic moment. Everyone gets caught up in cycles of self-doubt and anxiety about where their life is going and what they want to achieve. Real life is a mixture of the good and bad, and the answer to this question is that you’re life has already begun. The real question is what are you going to do now?
Do You Have Enough Money?
Life seems to be about making more and getting more. There’s always a vacation to take, a new car to buy, a shiny new toy you want. The idea of having “enough” is purely subjective. Can it really be measured by the things you own or what you have? Life should be, above all, happy and safe. Do you have enough to provide that for yourself and your family?
What’s in Store for You in the Future?
Oh, if only you had a crystal ball. The fact of the matter is that life is about experiences and adventure. When you’re lying on your death bed you probably won’t wish that you had a bigger home or more money or even more things – you’ll be thinking about the people and experiences you’ve had in your life that have made it good. Because of this, approach the future with an open mind and do what makes you happy.
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