Are You Making Time For The Things You Love?

Are You Making Time For The Things You Love?

Vartika Kashyap 24/07/2019 5

What are we all living for? Life is too short to be boring and do things that you do not like. Finding the purpose of your life will take a large portion of your life and will still leave you undiscovered. Finding life’s purpose is a great thing as it is the reason why we wake up every morning. But why to waste time in finding the life’s purpose - there is a better thing for you.

A simple approach to deal with life's to do take time out to do things that you love. Maybe you will find your purpose on the way. Apart from your 9 to 5 job, manage your time to do what you love, whatever it is - writing for your blog, playing your favourite sports, yoga, read books, dance, painting or anything.

Another question comes up with this, “How to manage time to pursue our passions and hobby?” Here are certain tactics that will help you carve out some time for yourself each day to do stuff you love.

Start with Tracking Time of all your Time

To keep a track of your time, you need to know where you are spending your time and how are you spending your hours of the day. Time management is difficult but a time tracking software is the best way to do it. When you are aware of how you spend your day, you can easily plan your time for stuff that you would love to do in a day. A cloud-based time tracking software can make your management of daily tasks always at hand.

Stop Doing Things You Don’t Love to Do or Need to Do

Stop wasting your time and energy in doing things that you do not like. Sometimes there might not be any choice to stop doing things that you do not like and have to do because we love the final result. But in doing these things you may lose time to do things that you love. So, make a list of things that you enjoy doing from time to time and be fair to these things. It is just that you need to determine which is more of a priority to you at this time in your life.

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Avoid Procrastination

Write down a goal and give yourself a deadline. And try to achieve your goals within the deadline. Avoid creating illogical reasons in your head that delay the tasks at hand. Do not put off anything, as if you continue procrastinating, you will never end up doing things that you love. You can have a time track software to reveal your problems and have a positive charge for your tasks. So, stop thinking and start doing. You just need to take the first step, face your fear and finish it.

Do not settle for a life that is less than one that you want to live. Make a remarkable decision, be in sync with technology, manage your time well with a time tracking software and become an inspiration. 

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Author Bio

Vartika Kashyap is the Marketing Manager at ProofHub and has been one of the LinkedIn Top Voices in 2017 and 2018. Her articles are inspired by office situations and work-related events. She likes to write about productivity, team building, work culture, leadership, entrepreneurship among others and contributing to a better workplace is what makes her click. Connect with Vartika on LinkedInMedium and Twitter.

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  • Mark Armstrong

    If only I could spend more time doing the things that I love.

  • Kieran Hurford

    Too busy to play piano.... I miss it so badly.....

  • Elizabeth Bert

    No more excuses !!

  • Alex Lochrie

    Well said Vartika

  • Scott Rossitter

    Good article

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Vartika is India's #6 LinkedIn Top Voice 2017. She is a Marketing Manager at ProofHub. She has 6 Years experience in online digital marketing, brand optimization and SEO along with social media marketing and email marketing strategies. Vartika holds an MBA in Finance (Banking) & Marketing from the IBS Hyderabad.  

   

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