In All That You Do Remember Your Purpose


Life can get pretty busy. Okay, who am I kidding life IS busy. Between the million and one phone calls, emails, dealing with family, work, plus work events, keeping your social media followers engaged, and trying to fit in that new year’s resolution that you promised yourself that you would achieve this year will make your head spin. There’s not enough time in the day to get everything done. For sure you might forget to do something or even disappoint some people. But, the one thing you don’t ever want to forget is your purpose. 

A full plate can be distracting and pull you away from your purpose. Your purpose is the driving force behind your life that keeps you going, brings you joy, and that leaves you feeling fulfilled. No material or physical thing can fill you up like your purpose can. I know that there are certain things in life that you cannot ignore that needs your attention. However, you may not be able to be present for that particular person or situation if you don’t make time for your purpose and yourself. Taking the time you need to develop and understand what you want to do in life is crucial to how you will operate in your life. Like I stated before purpose brings you peace and joy, which helps bring awareness and wisdom to seeing the bigger picture. You’ll understand why certain things happen the way they do, be able to cope with the not so pleasant moments, and discern what is and isn’t for you. 

Being mindful of your purpose while you move through life is essential. Don’t allow the occurrences of life to bring you down and pull you away from your purpose. We are not meant to pick up everything and put it on our already full plate. At times we are to pass it by and keep moving in the direction of our destination. Mediating and focusing on your purpose everyday will balance out those million and one things you have to do. That type of focus teaches us how to prioritize what's important. So as you go about your busy day today keep in mind your purpose and always be purposely you. 

Thank you for reading!