If only I had two extra hours in a day...Sigh!
I have a wish list like everyone else. With the extra time on my hands, the first thing I’d do is make a Bucket List and then get down to doing all those things. This is my first thought. For those ignorant with this term that became a mantra when the movie The Bucket List hit the cinema screens in 2007, a Bucket List is a wish list of things to do before one "kicks the bucket"; hence, the term. Interesting ain’t it?
On second thought, with two extra hours at hand, I’d read all the books I never get time to read, watch movies that always need at least two hours of uninterrupted pleasure time to enjoy, learn to dance like the stars, shop till I drop...Whew I can ramble on and on and on...
I’ll stop raving about the wonderful things I can do if only I had time. The important question is, “What am I truly not doing because of lack of time?”
As we age (and I’m not old, not by a long shot, not by any standard unless you consider a child’s viewpoint where anyone over 20 years is old), we tend to get set in our ways. We become selfish, unwilling to compromise on many things. Our egos are inflated with a false sense of pride. We stop attending family functions and spend more time at work or with friends.
All our accomplishments are for naught if we don’t have family with us to see us through the end of life.
There are stories of successful people who’ve achieve far more than any of us could have ever dreamed about. Many of them have died with regret on their lips, regret that they didn’t spend enough time with their families, regret for not mending fences when they were younger, regret that they cut ties off from loved ones, regret that they didn’t introspect enough when they had all the time in the world, regret that they were alone in their last days...
I would give up movie time, reading time and shopping to spend the extra time with my family and loved ones. I’d use the two extra hours every day visiting family, talking to friends, mending fences, introspecting so that I can be a better person and have no regrets when I get old. I’d play with children, laugh with elders, joke with friends and be happy with each day.
Random acts of kindness go a long way. The additional point I’m trying to make if it isn’t all too evident is that if Surf Excel Matic can give us the opportunity to even think about it, then we can make it happen. Cull out time to do the things that will empower you to have no regrets through life.
Thanks to the Surf Excel Matic #GetSmart Contest, I really thought about having 2 extra hours. And to speak about the product itself, well, the truth is that it is a smart buy. You save time and money by using Surf Excel Matic. Don’t blindly believe me—get to the store and try it yourself.