Kelly has been teaching me the art of doing nothing. We are pretty extreme opposites; she likes to be and I like to do. Often I'll say something like, "at least we worked out today," as if the day would have been worthless if we hadn't done at least one productive thing. Kelly reminds me my worth isn't measured in how much I get done. My worth is inherent.
The only metric that matters in life is how much time you spend feeling good. Because that's why we came here.
I tried making a worksheet for myself of 9 things I wanted to do every day, because certainly if I was able to, then I'd feel happy. I'm finally starting to learn how flawed that logic is. I don't have to do a single thing to feel happy. I can choose it right now, in this moment.
When I choose to be happy for no manifested reason, I attract happy thoughts, which lead to happy manifestations. It's so simple. Just feel good first, because you can. Then let life tell you what to do.