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3 THINGS I WISH I’D DONE SOONER.

3 things I wish I'd done sooner. I'm sharing some tips that changed things for me when thinking about my life and my future.

3 Things I wish I’d done sooner. Well you know what they say. As humans we will always look back and analyze “What if I had of done this?” or “What if I had of done that sooner?” Can you relate?

And even if your like me and not an advocate for regrets, but we streamline our thinking into looking at those “What if” questions. But I do believe looking back gives us the opportunity to see how far we have come, and what we need to do better to keep moving forward in our journey. My recent post will give you some valuable advice on how to keep commitments to yourself. Click th link to read! http://www.kristimaree.com/how-to-keep-commitments-to-yourself/

So like I said, I am SO NOT into living with regrets at all. Or living in the past and bumming myself out on what I’ve dome wrong. But I want to look at and share mistakes I’ve made and share them with you, In hope they help you not to make the same mistakes I did. So how does that sound?

Then its time to look into the 3 things I wish I had done sooner, you ready?

Started practicing the art of self love sooner. 3 things I wish I’;d done sooner.

So without a doubt, no hesitation. This is number one. I think back on my life and who I was before I started practicing self love. And what a shock. I would have been further along in my journey to building my own online coaching business. Then I would be doing what I truly love and following my passion, empowering women in the art of self love.

Because practicing the art of self love opened up the doors to confidence and self belief that I already had inside if me. And was now time to let out.

Planning my future and retirement.

3 things I wish I’d done sooner. So have you ever thought about it? It is really surprising how many of us don’t think about our future. And thinking about if where we are now, is where we want to be when it comes time to retire and enjoy the twilight years.

Because I reached a point where I asked myself these questions to see what I was feeling and what it was I wanted out of the rest of my life. Then ask yourself these questions:

  • “Am I happy where I am in my life and what I am doing?
  • “Can I see myself still doing what I’m doing at retirement age?”
  • How will what I’m doing now impact my health as I get close to retiring?”

When asking myself these questions I gained so much clarity and purpose for my future. So I encourage you to try. I would love to hear how you go! Or …let’s work together! click the link to join my waitlist and discover the art of self love. https://view.flodesk.com/emails/5f64abf9a7faea3c063af68f

Work on how to stop procrastination.

This has always been a struggle for me, can you relate? Because procrastinating can hold us back from living life and living a life we love. But if we are willing to put in the work to move forward, it will be lifechanging.

Here is a helpful and inspiring video that will help with something so many of us struggle with procrastination I hope it inspires you.

Kristi Xx

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