In today’s society, it’s easy to lose balance in life. We tend to get caught up as we rush around and sometimes commit to more than we can handle.
Creating a balanced life is just as much internal as it is external. Internally, your mind, heart, and mental health are all factors in being balanced. When one is off, it can very well throw off the others.
Learning to prioritize your external life physically with work, family, and fun is a task in itself when you are pulled in so many directions. Acknowledging what is important to you is the first step to having a balanced life. Prioritize those important factors and prevent your mind and body from being overworked. Being able to take breaks from things that demand to much of you both physically or mentally is a step in the right direction. Delegate some tasks if you are able both at home or at work, lightening the load will relieve stress as well. There are other steps you can take such as purchasing a daily planner or journal, it is a great way to see a written documentation of your balance. Allowing the time for your body and mind to rest is key. Take time at the end of each day to reflect on how you felt so that you can take note for tomorrow. Set goals so you continue to move forward with progress and don’t ever be afraid to say no when you need to.
If you would like to create more stability or break free from the 9-5 or just find some time for you