Next month, roughly a quarter of us will have a New Year’s Resolution; a pact made with ourselves, to improve our lives.
How do we know which resolutions will best improve our lives?
Imagine a day in the distant future. On this one day, you can see the most advantageous paths with greatest clarity.
Sadly, that day is your last. It’s only with a lifetime behind you, the full impact of many mistakes become obvious.
By this time, it’s too late.
Through her years working in palliative care, Bronnie Ware compiled the ‘big five’ most common regrets of those in their final days.
Here are the mistakes of those who’ve gone before us. The most-trodden paths leading to regret:
Whatever our beliefs; we all agree that being alive is a precious state; one far too important to waste.
When your final day comes, you'll want a fulfilled life to reflect on. Unless today's your last, there's still time to change:
Join me on a journey to learn more about the end of life, death, and funerals; all from a positive perspective. Every two weeks, a new post will explore this important life-stage; asking what we can learn from those going before us, and how we can apply that knowledge to better our lives.