Refuse to live in fear of not having enough
Monday, May 22, 2017
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When working FT, I often said no because I had to get things done before and after formal work hours. I had to get to bed so I could get a good night's sleep and then get up to go to work. Now I can say yes.ReplyDelete
Juhli, thank you so much for sharing this! It led me back to Courtney's blog, which is full of wisdom, and that speaks to exactly where I find myself presently. I've added her blog to my rolecall.ReplyDelete
Ditto what Tamara said. If I can ever get finished with this school year, I want to streamline in some areas where I have been holding on to things for fear of not having enough. Thank you for sharing this wisdom and link.ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your comments!ReplyDelete
Juhli, couldn't find your email address to let you know that we are doing Sentence a Day this coming Thursday, June 1. Hope you will join us again.Delete
Leslie, I emailed you about the Summer bucket list using the email that comes up in your profile.Delete
Beautiful thought and yes, I agree with all the comments mentioned here. I think one should we content with whatever we have. What if we didn't have that too...then what?ReplyDelete