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Do you ever struggle to find time for friends because you’re busy changing the world… or simply trying to keep it all together?
If so, you’re not alone. Friendship guilt is a common issue for ambitious creators.
No matter what stage of the journey you’re at, when you’ve got a fire inside of you to create something new and meaningful, the truth is — building something from the ground up takes time.True friends can grow separately without growing apart. Elisabeth Foley Click To Tweet
And typically more time than most people (including ourselves!) expect.
Add in our other responsibilities (i.e. full-time job, school, sig. other, kids and fur babies) and it’s understandable that quality friend-time somehow gets relegated to the back-burner.
But is that just how it is? Is there a way to give our best to our creative quests, keep the basics of life running and still have quality time with friends too? That’s exactly what we’re diving into this week on MarieTV.
If you’ve ever struggled with friendship guilt, or you’ve been able to crack the code, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below. Too often, we don’t recognize the deep value of our relationships until it’s too late.
Let’s use today’s question as an opportunity to find ways to genuinely honor our deep desire to create global change and stay connected to those who matter most.
How important are friendships in your life and what’s one thing you do to make sure you stay connected to people you love?
Share as much detail as you can because thousand of souls come here each week for inspiration and connection.
Your stories and ideas may be the exact breakthrough someone else needs.
Thanks in advance for watching and diving into the discussion from a place of love and compassion!