Helpful tips to do what you love – WELLBEING

Work, study, goals, friends, and family – there are so many things that we need to make time for.

Having many tasks to complete each day can at times get overwhelming. Taking up so much of your time, that you do not have any time left to spend on the things that you love.

What you love may be a hobby such as painting or sports. You may be working or studying full-time, and want to set time aside for what you are passionate about, because it is what you want to do with your life.

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Whatever your goals are, you can achieve them. To ensure that you can do more of what you love, I have got some helpful tips anyone can do.

Here are five helpful tips

Get inspired by looking at others work

This tip is great, as long as it is in small doses. You can look at pictures on Instagram that other people have shared, and get inspired from them. For example: you may feel like drawing, but do not feel motivated to get started.  To help you get motivated, you can look at drawings that other people have drawn, and get inspired by their beautiful work which will make you want to create your own. I love seeing what other people create and do, as it inspires me to create/do something of my own.

Create a schedule

Grab a notebook. Rule it up into sections, with dates and times or buy a planner that you can use weekly. What I find that works best for me is to first block out times that I know I will be busy, such as work or going to a birthday party. For example: if you work 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday, block out those times in your planner with a coloured marker. Doing this will allow you to fit in times for writing, blogging, artwork; things that you love to do, around the things that you have to do.

Make use of breaks

Even if you are at work you can still make time to do the things you love during breaks. You could go to a nearby gym to workout during lunch or even go for a walk and appreciate the scenery, and birds. It is always good for your health to get out of your working environment during breaks, and get some fresh air. If you complete tasks at work fast, and have time, you may be able to allocate time to the things you want to do – you could draw or write a blog post if you are not busy at work. It is great to use your time wisely.

Dedicate an entire day each month

Schedule one day of each month where you only do what you love on that day. You will be surprised with how much you can grow, and develop skills in what you love by focusing on that one thing for a whole day. If we can dedicate basically a whole day working, I am sure we can dedicate one day of each month to focusing on our passion.

Just do it

Even if it is just one minute of doing what you love each day, that time will add up over the whole year. You will learn more about yourself, and will grow so much. It is always better to do something, than keep putting it off, and do nothing. Life is short so we really need to think of what is important for us, and make time for each of those things equally. Do not let work be an excuse for taking up a lot of your time. We each have the same 24 hours in a day, the difference is how each one of us uses them. How you use and appreciate each of the 24 hours in a day is up to you.

I hope you found these tips helpful. Thank you so much for reading. Have a great day and please make time for what you love. You deserve it!

 

Capili Jiron x x

16 thoughts on “Helpful tips to do what you love – WELLBEING

  1. I loved this post Capili, and all the tips you posted. It really is important to do what we love for the sake of both our emotional and physical wellbeing. Glad you write it, I’ll take on these tips☺️

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