We all want to do so much: take on every request that people email us, complete our neverending list of tasks and projects, help everyone, travel everywhere, learn a ton of new skills, read every book and watch every good film, be the perfect partner and parent and friend …
And yet, we can’t possibly do it all.
There isn’t enough time in the day, nor do we have the attention bandwidth to devote to everything. Even if we were perfectly disciplined, we couldn’t possibly get to even half of what we want to do. Just as with eating, where our eyes are bigger than our stomachs … our hopes are bigger than our actual bandwidths.
So I say, give up on trying to do it all. Simplify. Don’t try to be perfect. Don’t try to have the most perfect life you can create.
Instead, make your days count.
Leo Babauta – Zenhabits
I was taken aback with zenhabits‘s post today, which truly like my nowadays experiences. Being a perfectionist does not mean good at all. Some ideas still remain in my mind as I would like everything to be perfect. However, it does not need to be like that. Read something like this many times but you will never understand until you feel it by heart.
You can read the whole post here.
Photo is a sunrise view in the top of Fuji Mountain last month. Previously intended for solo hiking instead of hiked with thousand of people from all age and captivating view all the way. It is one of the most memorable event in my whole life :)