If you catch yourself saying “I don’t have the time or energy to do this” often, I have something for you.
It’s The Law of conservation of energy.
The law of conservation of energy states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed – only converted from one form of energy to another.
This law is applicable all across the universe (which includes you, me and everything else there is).
It would basically mean that any type of energy, anger or calmness, activeness or lethargy, or any kind of emotion (which is a type of energy) is already there. It’s just that whatever you need in your life, needs to be activated, it needs to be harnessed and tapped into.
You need to decide what to act upon. Whether it’ll be a kick ass exciting day or dead ass boring day depends upon you.
Both the two parts of this law may not be very evident together everywhere. You may think that the fire is giving out heat energy or the tubelight is giving out light energy. But the case is that the fire is just converting the energy of the fuel into heat energy and the tube light is converting electrical energy into light energy.
I know that got a bit scientific but let’s move on.
Ok, so now does that mean that you already have the energy to do things you want? YES. And if you manage the energy to do those things well, you’ll automatically be able to manage your time.
All this requires you to see what you are actually converting your energy to. That form could be anything including but not limited to your workout, screen time, assignments, or creative projects. This form could be anything because everything that you do requires energy and it will change from your energy to some other form.
Tell me what is your usual form that your energy is converted to? Mine is either converted to my assignments, blog at its best, and screen time at its worst.
I could definitely use this info. I really want to carve out energy from mindless things to something productive :’)
You can do it and you will use that energy well
Such a good blog!
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