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Do you ever feel like life is just sort of happening to you?
You meander through your days on autopilot. From home, to work, and then back home.
You absently kiss your partner. You passively play with your kids.
And while there are occasional moments of sheer and utter joy like on your wedding day, or during your yearly vacation, by and large it feels like you're just passing the time.
What a shitty way to live when you put it that way, huh? And unfortunately, it's how must of us sail through life, from cradle to grave.
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Do you ever find yourself thinking about how different your life would look had you started working on your dreams when you first conceived of them?
What would have happened if you had started that food blog when you first began experimenting with paleo recipes 3 years ago? Could that have turned into a career? A book? Or maybe even just a little extra pocket change for that trip to Florida you've been salivating over?
I had such an interesting conversation with one of my clients the other day; it had me both surprised, and also really wanting to write this for you today.
She told me how she was really enjoying going on these long, 3-5 mile walks lately. But as she said it, she was sort of chuckling to herself.
When I asked her why she was giggling, she told me her reason for loving those walks was really kind of ridiculous and embarrassing. Of course now I had to know.
"It's because I've been daydreaming."
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Quick show of hands (and yes, I fully expect a thumbs up or smiley face in the comments section below if any of this describes you)...
Who wakes up every morning and goes through the motions of their day?
Who looks at their life and sometimes wonders with bafflement how did I get here?
Who walks around feeling utterly detached from their life, even from the good stuff?
Who thinks back to who they were before the fancy job, the husband, the kids, the house with the white picket fence, and...
Yup, you read that right. Lying. Totally lying.
Don't worry, it hasn't only been to you, it's been to myself too.
And if it makes either of us feel better, it wasn't all together intentional.
No, this was a lie born of fear, and self doubt, and uncertainty. A lie created out of social pressure, and cultural norms, and misguided advice, and fear of failure.
What's the lie?
The lie is that I'm happy spending my days talking to you allllll about what foods to eat, what diets to ignore, how to get yourself in the gym, and what...