Daily Challenge Wednesday Jan. 25, 2012
Life Evaluation is about examining your life in the present day and taking action to shape the future.
Evaluate your priorities by drawing a pie chart of your life.
How to do it
Think about the major areas of your life, such as parenting, work, chores, and hobbies. Next, draw a circle and assign a slice equivalent to the percentage of time you spend in each area. For example, if you devote 50% of your time to work, the slice of pie labeled "work" should take up half of your circle.
Why it matters
Balance is critical for a healthy, happy life, but it can be hard to achieve. Seeing your life as pieces of a pie can help provide a reality check, and may motivate you to look more carefully at your priorities. Are there some pieces that are too small? Are there ways to increase the size of those pieces, and cut down on others?
The average number of vacation days per year in France is 37.
- Elaine R.LeafingLevel 44
My priority in life is to love with all my heart....Love One Another...What I get done while doing this is my purpose....Life is just one big Love Pie heehee
- Tiffany M.SproutingLevel 55
My hobbies are eating most of my pie Its how I am coping with sadness. And my spritual part of me is a very small portion of the pie when it use to be over half...hum I got to some how fix that.
- Michele A.BranchingLevel 65
Doing this was quite depressing. Right away, WORK was half the pie chart, and my catering to my OCD took up another 25% of my life. Not leaving much time for church/God, spending time with family, tinkering on the computer, and watching television. Wow, my life is really pathetic!!!
- Ellen M.Branching
I am working on my priorities. My father passed away three years ago and most of my time was spent caring for him and Mom. I suppose I lost myself the past 10 - 20 years. I'm not sure were I am going or what I want. I know I need to make some me time, family time, friend time, and boyfriend time (if our schedule allows for it). First in my life is God. Once I get back into a closer relation with ...see more