Rochelle Currie is a Melbourne based creative with a love for travel, design and style. She is also a wife, mum to Willow and musician.

5 minutes for the ones you love.

Life can get super busy, don't you agree? You can go days, weeks and even months without speaking to people you really care about - not because you're avoiding them but because you have simply forgotten, you are busy or you haven't realised it yet.

I don't know about you, but sometimes as I am entering into a wonderland of sleep, my mind gives me a sharp reminder of someone I haven't spoken to in awhile. So naturally, I reach to my phone to send them a quick "love & miss you" text, only to realise it's 1am and my text will probably wake them and ruin their sleep. So I don't send the text, hoping that my mind will give me a reminder the following day at a more appropriate time, knowing that it probably wont.

It amazes me at how the busyness of life can just take a hold of everything you care for and completely become the priority - whether it's work, extra commitments or even a hobby, it has the power to completely overtake everything else that is important in your life. Sometimes it can be difficult to prioritize with a good balance, and yet in hindsight most people (I know I count myself as one), wish they did things differently.

So instead of waiting for a day off, the weekend or for a project to be over, why not set a reminder on your phone or computer and take just 5 minutes out of your day and use that time to remind people you care, give your parents or grandparents a call or even just write an email to a loved one. It's only 300 seconds and it will make a difference to your day and overall well-being, I know that it has definitely made a difference to my own, plus it's just 5 minutes so why not give it a go and see how it affects your day.

At the end of the day, there should always be time for those you love, whether you think they need it or not a simple message of love can help alleviate stress, give comfort and restore hope.

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You have the gift of life, which includes the gift time, use it right while you have it.


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