So there I was, minding my own business, having wrestled with the idea that I hadn't thought about my vision (dream) for my life was, when out of the blue, on Twitter no less, a therapist friend of mine tweeted about this article:
I truly belief that the Universe is always listening or in synchronicity or the "ask and you shall receive" prophecy. In any case, this article, although aimed at therapists envisioning their ideal life, it really asks the questions that need to be asked when you are trying to achieve your dream or just a happy life.
What time do you want to get up in the morning?
What time do you want to go to work?
What time do you want to leave work?
What time are you wanting to exercise?
Times for breakfast, lunch dinner, and with whom?
Who are your clients, and what are their problems?
How do you want to feel?
How much money do you want to have?
How much free time do you want?
Do you want to do volunteer work, when, for whom and how often?
To answer these questions might just assist me, for instance, in discovering what it is I really do want out of life. Some barometers to help find the answers are thinking about when I'm most happy. When do I feel like I'm doing what I want to do? Who's priority am I getting in line with? Interesting.
What do you think?