3 Life Balance Myths: Never Listen To Them
It is available everywhere. Manufacturers promote it, and we purchase it. Corporations engaged in advertising profit from it. Books, TV shows, and movies all idealize it. It evades us, nevertheless. It’s a puzzle. And if we don’t have it, we feel miserable and believe that we are missing out on the sole opportunity to improve our lot in life. More tranquil more beautiful Because “everyone else has it,” in the end. But we don’t, and we are aware of it. So here are 3 life balance myths.
Yet, we DESIRE it.
Our lifestyles must function properly, look good, and feel great. We require that our lives feel like a lazy afternoon on a beautiful summer day. It must be stress-free, free-flowing, and odor-free. Huh?
O.K., I admit that I need my life to smell good, but I’m not sure about you. I recognize that I require my senses to come back to life with all things lovely and peaceful.
Coordinated and organized.
Purposeful and meaningful.
But, I hate to say it, I had to learn to go along with the float. Because if I can withstand the glide, the problem I’m looking for teases me from afar, but it’s only an arm’s length away. Tantalizing me with the factor, the experience, the peace of mind I seek from the thing we call BALANCE.
3 Life Balance Myths
Before I could “locate stability,” I needed to define what a balanced life looked like in my opinion. But that is no longer the focus of this newsletter. This article is about zapping the “illusion” of what a “lifestyle in balance” should look like, according to the picture of stability we’ve been sold over and over. Because, whether we realize it or not, there is an idealized image of what a well-balanced life looks like, and then there is reality. So, be aware of the following myths and then go about creating a lifestyle that feels great to you, and you’ll eventually, thankfully, discover balance.
1. Balance is a one-time event.
If only! To begin, let me state unequivocally that stability is not something we achieve and maintain. Balance is a fluid concept. Ever-converting. Moving. To keep a bicycle balanced, keep it moving; to keep your life balanced, keep it moving. And mistakes are possible while you’re flowing something. Crashing. Tipping point.
However, the alternative is not superior. If we continue to live, we risk becoming stuck in a rut. We’ve been trapped in our fears for far too long. We cannot grow unless we move. People are no longer discovering new things. Users simply postpone.
As a result, if we want to live a well-balanced life, we must get moving AND fortify ourselves. We’re going to get smacked and bruised along the way. That’s fine because each bump and bruise makes us stronger. It also makes us grateful for the times when we don’t have any worries or challenges and can relax and enjoy the beauty of our lives.
2. Perfect Balance
Everyone has been there. “When” such-and-such happens, my lifestyle will be happier, more peaceful, and balanced. Phooey! There is no such thing as a perfect existence. If no one has ever told you this before, I’ll say it again: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A PERFECT LIFE!
Don’t misunderstand me. As a personal development enthusiast, I believe you can design a life that works well and feels fantastic. Absolutely. That, however, has nothing to do with