What does it mean to have it all?

What does it mean to have it all?

Or how about this question… Can you have it all?

Rather than asking if you can have it all, which remains elusive to most people, I recommend you ask yourself these questions:

  • Am I happy with the current life and the choices I have made?
  • Am I living a meaningful life that is aligned with my core values, priorities and purpose?
  • Am I being true to how I am?

Don’t waste too much energy on thinking about whether you have it all. But do check in yourself and assess if an area of your life needs a little more nurturing.

Your life will perpetually change and your “all” will change concurrently. In a sense that’s the beauty of life. As such, you don’t have to subscribe to just one way of living for your entire life.

If you can define having it all in a way that is grounded, realistic, and that fits your current life, then you can have it all.  If you get clear on who you are and what you want, you’re in the right direction. If you are happy with your current life choices, you already have your “all”.

Now it’s your turn to share. What does having it “ALL” mean to you? Please share in the comment section below.

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