7 hours ago
I often don't make enough time to restore my own batteries. I don't spend time reading, or gardening, or even practicing as often as I'd like to. Being a stay at home seems like I would have plenty of time to sit and relax, but even as I type this I have four pans of roasted vegetables cooling so they can be put away, a living room in desperate need of cleaning, a work out that I missed this morning because Logan woke up early, and mountain of laundry. The work out is next on my agenda because it has to get finished before Lo wakes up from his nap, but I'll have to put up the food so it doesn't spoil first.
There is always some project that needs my attention, whether it's class prep, store business, house keeping, entertaining Logan, (which always gets top seed) I often let go of the things I'd like to do. I'm not complaining, but merely emphasizing that I struggle to focus on my needs. Sometimes, I'm so drained that by 7pm I may as well as be a vegetable for the all the energy I can give out.
My challenge is opening my heart enough to care for me as I would care for others. I have been getting better about taking on less tasks, but I can still do better. This is more or less a way to tell me to take a few minutes for me.
Everything else will get done eventually. Any tips for prioritizing from y'all are greatly appreciated!
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