Dream Plan Do
Humans are not created to live alone. Deep down we all are searching for someone special to spend the rest of our lives with — our other half, our soulmate. Your Soulmate is someone who loves you for what you are, accepts you for what you lack and still gently invites you to grow.
Admit your mistakes, Refine your goals, Believe in yourself.
We’ve all done it. We’ve all sat around, maybe after a few cold beverages have loosened our inhibitions, and dreamed about our perfect life and perfect partner.
If dreams, hopes, and wishes were all we needed, we would all have the various treasures we desire. We would have to create our family health, unending wealth, perfect teeth, rock hard abs, functional loving families, and more intimate friendships than we had hours in the day make your rest of family and soulmate happy.
Working toward your perfect life with parents & partner much pressure. If you live to be 80 years old, you will be on this Earth 29,200 days, Instead of the perfect life, start with one day, your perfect day, and grow it into the forest of your dreams.
This is the crossroads where you make your dreams your reality. Get a pen and paper. Find a quiet place. WRITE IT DOWN!.
Don’t make your perfect day another fluffy list of thoughtless dreams and empty aspirations. Be specific. Start when you wake up. End when you go to bed.
6:30–7:00 Quiet “me” time: meditation, reading, prayer, etc.
7:00–8:00 Morning time: Breakfast.
8:00–01:00 Morning working in the office.
1:00–4:00 Lunchtime: my current work is the house cleaning and short nap
4:00–6:00 storytime, clean up & prep for tomorrow.
6:00–8:00 office closing and checkup time.
8:30–9:00 dinner time.
9:00–10:30 Social media time, etc. at last.
Notice this isn’t a day 7 years from now after I’ve realised and replaced. This could be tomorrow. Visualize your perfect day for sooner rather than later.
Your life may not be perfect by social media life is standards. however, You can find a way to centre yourself in the midst of the global rat race. You will never have the perfect day, only your perfect day. you must have balanced in your own life.
Life can be broken down into 8 fundamental pillars: beliefs, family, health, finances, friendship, education, soulmate, and freedom. These foundations come together and determine, whether consciously or not,
if you want your own version of a perfect life, take the time to evaluate what you want and why you want it.