If It Feels Good, Do It – Now!

“IF IT FEELS GOOD, DO IT.”

How often have we heard that quote and thought ‘yeah ok, I will. But first I have to clear out the cupboard, get on with the ironing, write a boring presentation…(add here whatever usual monotonous stuff you have to do daily) and then that ‘feel good’ stuff gets pushed to the side! You see, having fun or doing something you love just for the hell of it is, isn’t seen as the done thing is it? Why not!?

Doing stuff we like is usually seen as a treat or saved for special occasions, we don’t often think we can – or should -do the things we love just for the sake of it. I love dancing (really?) singing and eating chocolate among many other things but I don’t do them enough (well…maybe that doesn’t relate to the chocolate bit 😋) and after having had a really relaxed, chilled out birthday with my girls and Stressed Husband yesterday, I have decided I’m not getting any younger (ok, the treatments help!) and so, I want to do more of what I love without feeling guilty of spending time doing them! There. That’s my two penn’orth worth for the day. 😁

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So, what things do you love to do but you don’t do enough? Answers in the comments (keep it clean please 😂)

2 Comments

  1. August 14, 2019 / 11:01 pm

    A very inspiring post Lisa. I can’t count on one hand (including myself) how many people I know who are living the monotonous life because of not putting time aside to do things we see as you say a treat. Time to give some dep thought about this xx

    • Glowology
      Author
      August 21, 2019 / 10:49 am

      Hi Laurie

      Thank you so much for your comment – I hadn’t seen it until now! I’m glad you found it inspiring and I agree with you, I think there are lots of us out there who just save all the good stuff for special occasions. Every day should be special shouldn’t it?! Just doing something that makes us feel good every day makes such a difference. Big hugs! xx

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