Time Management

As we all start to adjust to this new year and this new month, time seems to be an issue. But it doesn’t have to be. Sometimes you’re going to need to take that deep breath and tell yourself that it’s all going to be okay. As you know you change as you get older (which should be a positive thing because you’re trying to be the best version of yourself possible). But this does not mean that your old self, your younger self goes away. I once read a book and it said that you are all of your ages combined. For example, I’m currently seventeen years old, this means that inside I’m not just seventeen, I’m sixteen, fifteen, fourteen, thirteen, twelve, eleven, ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two and one.  This means that you have an inner child within you. This child is you, and all of the versions of yourself that may not always have been real (they may just be from your perception). You have to accept this fact, and accept the fact that your relationships have made you into who you are today, and that inside of you, you have aspects of others you associate with (which is why you always have to ask for discernment and the truth so you can associate with honest, loving, positive individuals). This is what makes you, you. I’m saying all of this to say you may have issues that start within yourself, and they can be stopped by calming your inner child. These issues can be a range of numerous things, but creating the relationship with yourself and accepting who you are will allow you to better yourself. Meaning that you will be able to be at peace and get everything you need to get done. Remember that there is enough time for everything. Let go and let it all just happen. Growth only happens when you are out of your comfort zone. Do not be afraid of change, it’s a good thing. Everything must change. Stay positive. Stay happy.


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