Getting Rid of My I Wish Statements

Lately I've been noticing how much I use "I wish" statements. 

I wish I had more time.  I wish I was more organized.  I wish this.  I wish that.

I've been stopping myself mid sentence when I begin to say them because I wish statements haven't much value.

Wishes are for blowing out candles on a birthday cake, tossing coins into a fountain or making a wish and blowing out the fuzzy part of a dandelion.    

Why am I wishing I had more time?  I could have more time if I stopped spending so much time surfing the web.

I could be more organized if I simply put the effort in and put things away when I get them out. 

It's only when you step out and make the wish a reality that it has value.