Have you ever done a life audit?

“Unless you figure out where you are, you won’t get to where you want to go.”

What does it look like when life is going great for you? How can you find the underlying cause when things don’t feel so good? You can do a quick life audit of the key areas in your life. Life audits evaluate well-being not just in one area but in basically everything. They can mean massive changes to relationships, activities, career, and even what you put in your body. If you are like me and haven’t conducted your own life audit in a while, these are the top five areas we need to be asking ourselves questions about based on my research….

Asking ourselves searching questions about the five core areas of our lives – and answering them, honestly – can pay healthy and long-lasting dividends. So, just how should we do it?

Look at these five areas:

  • friends and family,
  • your love life,
  • inner or spiritual life,
  • career,
  • health.

You might want to focus on one area, or take a good look at your approach to all five, for a more holistic check-up. A holistic approach means thinking about the big picture. … In a medical setting, holistic refers to addressing the whole person, including their physical, mental, and emotional health, while taking social factors into consideration.

Essentially, a life audit is all about organizing your life and being honest with yourself: Whether you want to make a clean break, or simply a few key changes. You’ll be in control. This is why it was important to take time to check in with yourself occasionally. “How are we doing? Where are we going? What’s important now that perhaps wasn’t before?”. I am going to use my life audit to figure it out.

Has anyone else done a life audit recently? I welcome any advice!!


3 thoughts on “Have you ever done a life audit?

  1. Someone said that the definition of insanity is doing the same things and expecting different results… I have been doing the same things my entire life and now is the time for something different. It is an interesting concept! Let’s give it a shot!


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