Many people live with regret. They have things they would change. I was reading this article, oh here she goes again, about regret. I am taking a different path this year…test driving if we can make it on one salary for a variety of reasons. So what do you think the number one regret of the dying is? “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” You can read more about it here.
This ties in with my thoughts from yesterday. You are your own advocate and you need to focus on what is going right in your life. If something isn’t going the way you want, write down what you can do to fix it. Make a plan. I’m not saying it will happen overnight, because it won’t. I just get tired of excuse after excuse. Even from me. I know it is easier said than done, but you hold the keys to your happiness. I say all this because I had yet another doctor’s appointment today, and when they aren’t willing to look at the whole picture, I need to fire them. I have come to the conclusion regret number five (happiness), is directly controlled by none other than, drum roll, me. I’m not happy with what is going on with my health
notcare. Nothing I told her today seemed to be a concern, and blood work was only ordered when I made myself a priority. Why am I not a priority all the time? Well, that ship has sailed. I am going to be. If you are not a priority in your life, do something to change it.