You Don’t Need To Be Perfect

“Pick one imperfect action that you can take every day that will move you closer to the life you have envisioned”. It took me long time to answer this and I felt like procrastinating a lot. I couldn’t realy figure out how an imperfect action could lead to something perfect. 

Thinking about my ideal perfect day I would say that to get closer to it I should start moving, making sport, going for a run, even if I’m too lazy, and even if, when I just think about it, my head shakes like “no, that it’s not a good idea, not now”. But, in my ideal day, I’m an active person, so let’s get active! To begin with I could start with 30 minutes a day (too much maybe, 20 should be fine no?), just some home exercise as it’s almost 10 years that my main activity is sitting on a couch watching tv, I can’t do too much at once.

Thinking about the tribe I should get social, but in the good way: interacting with other people that share my interests.

One more action I should (hopefully will) take is about this blog, I have to start writing every day. As Natalie says, perfection is not important. I should start going with the flow, just me and a piece of paper and let’s see what comes out. So, 1 hour a day, every day, will go for my blog, and maybe instead of having 42 draft posts and less than 20 publish in 1 year, thing will be reversed.

What is it going to happen if I do those action every day for 30 days? I’ll be satisfied with myself, I’ll probably (and hopefully) have other 20 or so blog posts published, I’ll start liking my body more and maybe I will have met some awesome travelers and bloggers.

And What action should you take in order to get closer to your ideal?

This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 7


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