Live-It List Lesson

Last year at this time The Suede Sofa began talking about the “Live-It List” - which is sort of like a bucket list, but with the emphasis on living rather than on dying.  Well, 2012 is coming to a close and I’ve been working on my “Live-It List” all year long.  In January, I started out with a lengthy list of things that I thought were important.  Although it felt great to get those items checked off my list, the one thing that my “Live-It List” revealed to me was what is important and worth pursuing and what things are really, well, just a distraction.   My list contained “good” things be sure, but good things can steal your focus from the best things.  So in 2013 I am going to do things different from what I have ever done before and just pick one.  The best one.

Are you focused and going after only the best, or are you like I was in 2012 - all over the place and although accomplishing a lot of things, not really accomplishing anything really significant?   This may come as a relief to know that you can streamline your life and eliminate activities that don’t serve your best interests.

What is your purpose?  What deserves your focus and attention?  Could 2013 be your year to “Pick One”?

:) Robynn

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2 responses to “Live-It List Lesson

  1. Janelle

    Great story. I’ve recently reflected on the same area of my life. How can I get rid of some of the ‘apps’ or ‘icons on my desktop’ of life and focus on the ones that truly matter? I am still in the moment of reflection, but hopefully I can soon make some decisions on cleaning my ‘desktop’ of life.

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