About Time: Additional Realizations

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Yesterday we talked about how all we have is 24 hours a day (click here to be taken to the post). We can’t store up time to carry into the future and we can’t sneak those hours we wasted yesterday into today.

24 hours is all we get.

So, instead of thinking about how we can save time or make more time, perhaps it’s better if we ask ourselves:

“What’s the best use of my time right here right now in this moment?”  

Forget about yesterday because the vault is sealed and securely locked against anything we might do to access it. Don’t dwell on tomorrow’s time because there’ll be plenty of time–24 hours, as a matter of fact!–to take care of the hours.

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Focus on today and this moment.

Use today’s 24 hours as best, most efficiently, and most effectively as possible. 

You can do it!

I’m proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,

Lauren

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