Have you ever wondered what is the difference between dinner and dessert?
After all, they’re both food.
They can both be awesome.
They can even have similar nutritional value.
So, what gives?
What’s the difference between dinner and dessert?
To be clear, zero dictionaries were opened in the writing of this post.
This is straight from the Robtionary, if you will.
Dinner is essential.
It provides but may or may not please.
Dessert is indulgent.
It pleases but may or may not provide.
The best desserts often follow worthy dinners.
What good is indulgence if the essential is neglected?
Are “dinner” and “dessert” ideas exclusive to food?
Consider the roles dinner and dessert play in your life.
What habits, behaviors, and experiences do you feel serve as “dinner”?
How do you feel you’re taking care of the essentials?
What habits, behaviors, and experiences do you feel serve as “dessert”?
How do you feel indulgence is contributing to or detracting from your best life?
How well do you feel your foundation of dinner is supporting your desserts?
There are no right or wrong answers to these questions.
Your pursuit of a most excellent life is your pursuit.
Your answers are your answers.
They’re up to you alone.
You are worthy of dinner.
You are worthy of dessert.
You are worthy.
You’ve got this.