TWE NO.32 // The Ideal Day
Visualising your ideal or perfect day is a major part of goal-setting. If you are not familiar with it yet, think about how your perfect day looks like and visualise it because that is proven to help with goal-setting and subconsciously working towards your goals. You can create a mood board or a collage with photos and write then add notes of how your perfect day looks like. If you are on Pinterest, you can create a secret board there and saving all the things that are inline with how you want your perfect day to look like.
You can start journaling and write down how you want things to be, all of that helps to stay on track. Just get creative and figure out what works for you best. In my case, it is a combination of journaling and visualising through a collage or a mood board. I plan on doing one soon and sharing it with you then here on the blog. But for now I just focus on the writing part.
I just share with you how my ideal day looks like;
- I wake up without an alarm clock in the morning. Then I get up and have breakfast, take a shower and get ready for my day.
- I scroll though my favourite blogs and pinterest while drinking my morning coffee.
- I spend the morning working on client projects and on personal projects
- I have enough time to work on my skills during the day and to improve them.
- I am independent, I work from home, I am not forced to leave the house in order to work somewhere else and for someone else. I can work from wherever I want.
- I get paid for doing the work that I love and the work that I am good at, the kind of work that makes my clients and me happy.
- I am healthy, wealthy and abundant.
- I work with the best clients who become friends afterwards. I say no to clients and projects who are not the right fit.
- I can travel whenever I want.
- Winters I spend living somewhere in a warmer climate.
So here are a few excerpts of how I visualise my ideal day. I think I am on a good way of getting where I want to be. I am much happier with my life now already than I was at the time when I still felt completely trapped in a 9-5 job. I am still not exactly where I want to be but I continue to visualise my goals, to work for them, also I am patient and persistent and I believe that soon in the future I will be exactly where I want to be. I work on myself I constantly try to improve my relationship with myself and to resolve the issues that still sometimes hold me back - even though I came very far already compared to where I was before but as we all know the self-work is a never-ending story and in order to be happy and successful we constantly have to do the inner work.