- October 19 -

Evaluate Your Life Day

Many people now days are rushing through their lives for many different reasons. Lives have become so busy and filled with numerous activities that there’s no time to reflect. Each day is a routine that just flies by. When we're young, we all have high hopes and dreams of where we want to be...

Evaluate Your Life Day

Many people now days are rushing through their lives for many different reasons. Lives have become so busy and filled with numerous activities that there’s no time to reflect. Each day is a routine that just flies by.
When we're young, we all have high hopes and dreams of where we want to be when we're 30, 40 and maybe even 50. But unfortunately, dreams aren't realized through … well, dreaming!
This is a day to just stop and think about what’s going on in life. Do you like and enjoy what you have been doing or would you prefer something different? If you enjoy your lifestyle, this is a time to appreciate everything you have and the good choices you have made. If you realize that you don’t like things in your life, don’t get down and depressed about it because this is the day to make positive changes. By staying optimistic about it, you can change in the future to make your life enjoyable.
Source:
http://www.examiner.com/article/evaluate-your-life-day
http://news.yahoo.com/october-19-evaluate-life-day-national-mammography-day-212900447.html

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