What is truly important to you? Wealth, possession, people, goals, and other desires all strive for our attention to be first place. However, God desires to be the central and focal point of our life. To "seek the Kingdom of God . . . live righteously" means to continually seek God in our daily lives first and foremost for all our needs, wants, and desires and to live a life that pleases God (righteousness).
However, many people lose track with God worrying about money, possessions, and status (Mark 4:1-20). Fear and lack of faith is often the root of worry. Yet, worrying and stressing is pointless and a complete waste of time (Matthew 6:25-34; Luke 12:22-31). Instead of worrying, we are to continually seek God and live rightly (e.g., moral, honest, and virtuous). As we seek God first, God provides for our needs (Luke 12:31). God promises that He will never leave us and never forsake us (Hebrews 13:5-6). Even more, God promises to supply all our needs as we seek and trust Him (Luke 12:31; Philippians 4:19-20; Ephesians 3:20-21). Where God guides, He provides.
Everyone is to plan for the future with God’s help, guidance, and Holy Spirit. Still more, we are to all do good, work hard, and care for our families (2 Thessalonians 3:6–13; Hebrews 2:7). God condemns worry, not work (Matthew 6:25, 27–28, 31, 34). So, let us all live one day at a time with God and make an active effort to keep God first place in every area of our life!