The One More Hour Project

So – I’ve been thinking a ton about what I would do with one more hour in every day. There’s a long list of what I wish I would do if I had another hour in the day –

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    • work out
    • laundry
    • cook
    • sew
    • yoga

That being said, those aren’t the things that really reenergize and inspire me. Here’s the real list of things that I cherish and want to do more of if I had One More Hour in every day –

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    • nap
    • brew coffee and enjoy time with loved ones
    • write
    • read
    • paint my nails
    • flip through glossies (my pile is getting out of control)
    • bake
    • walk around outside
    • shop but not buy
    • play rugby

Thus a project is born: The One More Hour Project. Turn off Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest (unless its for One More Hour Inspiration), the TV, etc. Unless of course those things are on your One More Hour list (no harm or foul, just saying what distracts me sometimes!). Start small – 15 minutes per day doing one thing you wish you did more. Talk about it! Have friends keep you accountable. Write it down! My dear friend, Jeana, who blogs at Happiness and Bucket Lists, dedicates time and energy to similar challenges and I find it totally inspiring – take a look at her post, The Happiness Manifesto for more inspiration!

My One More Hour Project lies in the fact that I want to be more fulfilled by making fulfilling choices. I choose, literally, to live One More Hour. Let’s do this y’all. I’ll let you know how tomorrow goes as I just wrote for 15 minutes!! 😉

What would you do if you had one more hour?

❤ Eliza

 

 

 

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