Introducing Time to Crunch

Do you ever feel like you’re running to keep up with your life? Like you’re moving so fast that you don’t take the time to stop and think about what you’re doing? Like you’re living on autopilot?

Well, that was me. Until about a week ago.

Insert graduating from college, entering a corporate job, and staying at home for a year through the global pandemic that is COVID-19.

After reading more than I ever have in my life, I stumbled upon a handful of books that made me wake up from my zombie life. I slowed down to reflect and actually THINK about where I’m at in my life and where I’m headed. I woke up from consumerism and am viewing my life in a new light. I started asking myself what’s the point? What am I even working toward?

I realized that I’ve been doing all the things you’re told to do. I’ve been so focused on these cookie-cutter goals and constantly working that I forgot what I’m even working for. I often found myself saying “I can’t wait for retirement.”

Through all this work, I lost myself. In today’s world, you learn to experience joy from buying new things and getting likes on a social media post. But there has to be more… right?

So, this starts my journey of finding myself again. Finding my passions, pursuing new dreams, and discovering hobbies I love. That’s where Time to Crunch comes in — I’m going to document this journey here.

Everyone says to find your “niche” but how do you decide on a niche when you don’t even know what you truly enjoy? So, I’m going to figure it out as I go and hope you enjoy following along!

We’ll be crunching on food, crunching ground as we explore, crunching numbers as we pursue financial freedom, crunching our abs with fitness routines, and crunching time with productivity. It’s TIME TO CRUNCH.

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