Who is the most important person in your life and why?
Many people answer that the most important person is their child, their parent, their spouse or some other loved one. But the real answer is YOU! You are the most important person in your life! Most of us were raised to believe that putting ourselves first is selfish.
What are the things that matter the most?
Here are the four things I believe matter most in later life:Understanding That 60+ Is a New Beginning. Lives are perceived in our culture as a downward spiral. Adding More Good Years. Doing Something You’re Good at and Meaningful to You. Doing Something Good For Others.
How do you focus on things that matter?
Six Ways to Focus on What’s Important in Your LifeDetermine what things you value the most about your life. Decide what commitments are most important to you. Assess the way you use your time. Get rid of clutter in every area of your life. Spend more time with the people that matter to you. Make time to be alone.
Does it really matter where you live?
Some people will be inherently happy or unhappy wherever they are, but most of us will not. It matters where you live. If you like where you live, then no matter what goes wrong, you at least have something going for you.
How do you learn to love where you live?
5 Simple Ways to Love Where You LiveSet yourself a challenge. When we lived in Boston, we decided we were going to try as many burger places as we could. Join your local library. I say library because I love books, but it could be a gym or a church or playgroup or a running club. Host a party. Invite friends or family to visit. Look beyond your neighborhood.