Motivation + Identity

PUT ON YOUR GOOD SHOES

I read a quote sometime back and it said ‘Life is short, buy the shoes’, of course this is not all about the shoes, it is ultimately about doing what you want to do, life is short, so go on and enjoy yourself already, there are many people who are too busy to live.

You can be ‘existing’ and not living, doing the same thing over and over again, living a random and routine life. Life is bigger and so much more than that, it is time you live a robust life, you may think that what you are doing right now is all you can do, but if you are sincere with yourself, you will know that there is more to life and that you want it. The first thing you need to know is that you can live a vibrant, robust and colorful life and you deserve to.

So if you are living a boring life today, remember that life is not 2 dimensional, it can be 3 dimensional or even 4, it depends on how you want it to be. Don’t blend into the ‘busyness’ of life. Read our article on spicing up your life, it’s a start.

Some people make the excuse of not having the time, and that is just the point, it is so easy to say there is no time, this is the bedrock of all excuses, ‘I haven’t got time for anything else’, but firstly, you have to make out time to live your life, no one else is going to help you get that time, and that excuse can help you postpone living your life year after year, so don’t get into that trap.

Decide today to live a vibrant life, do more of what you enjoy doing, put on your good shoes and go out and enjoy a colorful robust life, you deserve it.

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