“It is not about having time, it is about making time.”
Quality time is the one and only way I truly feel connected to those in my life. My relationships have always revolved around a one-on-one connection and this approach has impacted relationships going into my adult life. I have had to evolve from a shy kid into a shy adult, and my fears of social anxiety have morphed into an elusive creature.
Making time can be the most genuine way to express your care for others. To be impeccable with your word and realistic with your time is not only a mature reflection of your personality, but it is also a way to hold yourself accountable. Committing to a timetable to create content for this blog is one example of how I practice this.
How many times have you said to yourself or someone else, “I am going to do that”? It is a life long practice and it will not always be easy, but I like to believe it will be worth it. Showing up, being present, and being sincere opens up a channel for love, and that energy goes both ways.