This is the guy I interviewed at my first job and he had a very interesting conversation. He also spoke about making your home your home…
What he said was true.
The idea is that you put a lot of time into creating your home, your home for the living, and then you build it into your mind.
I always say that for most of us, once you’re a homeowner, you can’t ever change who you are and what you believe. You can’t turn yourself into a housewife and live in a house that’s just for your family. You have to build a home that is truly yours and is part of the way you live.
I’ve seen a few homes where the family has moved out, and I think it’s important to realize that the house you built in your early twenties is different than the house you live in now. It’s so much more fun to live in a home that you love.
I agree with you. The thing is, this is not an easy transition. You have to go from a life where you only have two hours of sleep a night, to a life where you have tons of hours on a very limited amount of sleep. You have to make the decision to be more conscious of your habits and actions, especially as a homeowner. You have to decide to be more self-aware about your living space and the way you interact with it.
We are all familiar with the old adage that it’s not the years in your 20s that count, it’s the years in your 20s that count. It’s only later in life that you realize that the years you didn’t know you had were exactly the years that you needed in order to grow up and become who you are. In the meantime, you’re still growing up.
I use this old adage to combat all the things I’ve been told to do that I am not good at. There are many things I am not good at and I need to stop doing them, but I’m not good at anything. I’m just a bit clumsy and lazy. I need to learn how to be more consciously aware of my day-to-day habits and actions.
I asked Halston, who passed away last year at the age of 62, how she describes her life now. She said, “I am in the middle of a personal transformation. I am learning to put my thoughts together and think critically about the way I currently live.” If you want to read more, watch the video below.
I was lucky to work with Halston. She is a very competent and interesting person. She has been a pioneer in the field of personal growth and innovation for over 15 years. She was a pioneer in the field of business development and development and she is now a pioneer of life-changing innovation for the world.