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5 Ways to Gut Check Your Priorities in Life

How you spend your time reveals a lot about who you are and what you value. So to find out the truth, here are 3 ways to gut check your priorities in life. First, make a list of your priorities. Write out what you value in life—things like your family, your career, or your hobbies. Second, make a list of how you actually spend your time. Be honest about the functional priorities in your life—things like television, sports or friends. Third, talk through how you can make those two lists match. Whether it’s with your spouse or a trusted friend, be sure to discuss why your ideals don’t match your reality and how to bridge that gap. So go gut check your priorities today!

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