|Why should you stop putting off what you can do now?|
"I will just deal with it for now" syndrome.
When I arrived at her home to find boxes stacked along the wall in her kitchen. After talking about a few other things I asked her about what was in the boxes. She went on to tell me that she was thinking about moving and packed away some of her things, then her plan changed and she decided to stay. That was over a year ago, so her boxes had been packed for over a year. It turned out that the contents of the boxes where her favorite dishes and artwork.
I noticed an antique glass door cabinet in her kitchen that was empty and ask my client about it. The cabinet was a gift from her Aunt and one of her most loved pieces of furniture. To make a long story short we unpacked all the boxes and displayed her favorite dishes in the cabinet and hung the artwork. No more boxes and my client was surrounded with the things she loved the most. It simply made her happy.
Instead of hanging on to "I might move someday" with no real plan, we chose for her to live in the "Now". To enjoy the life and things she has now. No matter if my client decides to move in a couple months of a couple years.
It is important to make the most of your surroundings so you can love all you can now.
I have been living in my new place for a while and know I will move again probably next year. I also know that will be my last move for quite some time. Any you know what? That’s okay.
What are you waiting for? Create that office space you have been thinking about. Hang that piece of artwork that’s been sitting in the closet. Whatever it is, enjoy it. Because our surrounding no matter how big, small or temporary affect how we feel. There is no need to wait enjoy this minute, this hour, this day now.
Tell me what you are going to do today, so you can love your space now in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you. Join me every week for even more tips and ideas to create the home, office and life you love. Until next time friends