The following excerpt is taken from the book Life Matters By Roger & Rebecca Merrill. (I am aware that this is the second excerpt for the book. However, I couldn't resist posting this paragraph.!)
For decades, life balance has been a huge issue in our society. Even now, in a time when most of us are quicker to connect with what matter most, there's still a gap- sometimes an enormous gap-between what we say matters most and the way we actually spend our time and money.
If you want to get an idea of how significant this gap may be in your own life, just take a minute and pull out your planner or calendar. Pull out your checkbook or credit card statement. Look at where you've spent your time and money over the past few weeks. Do those spending decision really reflect the things that matter most to you?
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