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Everything Cost Something


Hey loves and Welcome back to Joi’s journey of perception

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As you know, I have been reading books to help me grow more this year, trust me it is helping. The boundaries I have are phenomenal. The book above is the one I have been into recently! You can find it on Amazon!

Let me take a moment to ask you a question. Imagine someone or something you truly wished for in the past. You could have imagined a job, a relationship, or anything else. Think about it, was it worth it? Were they a waste of time or even money? What could you have done with that money or energy? Perhaps it could have been put towards helping you to succeed? In the past, I have experienced certain situations where doors were slammed in my face. Although I was devastated at the time, in hindsight I can see why it had to happen. Concentrating on those losses prevented me from getting to what was really important to me.

Despite not being financially expensive, clutter will cost you in some way. A good example is “spending time”. Consider how you wasted time in the past with something or someone not worth your attention. Time is one of the few resources we cannot retrieve. “time and energy are put into maintaining an item”. Should you spend time and money on something that is not worth it? Keep in mind that it is a long-term investment. Is it worth it?

That’s why I hold my generation (millennials) and Gen Z in high esteem. When a job is too exhausting, time-consuming, or detrimental to our mental health, we will leave it. For us, peace is paramount.

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What have you wasted your time on? Share in the comments below! Have you regrettably wasted time? Be sure to like, comment, share, and subscribe!

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