If you know me, you know how I
can NOT live without
my day planner/agenda/schedule (what ever you choose to call it)
I am constantly thinking of projects to do, meals to cook, books to read,
and whatever else you could fill a day with.
That's good right?
Most of the time I think it is.
Except for sometimes when I get so overwhelmed that I just
It's silly really because I do it to myself.
Which is why I decided to "take the day off"
We had an amazing lesson in Relief Society yesterday at church. We discussed this talk.
I was trying not to completely break down in front of everyone because it was
what I needed to hear and have been praying for help with.
Today I made a conscious effort to slow down and plan my day according to "what matters most"
It feels good. Really good.
One of my biggest fears is that time will pass and I won't have anything to show for it.
But I am slowly beginning to learn that "anything" doesn't have to mean a
gourmet dinner every night or a finished sewing project.
It does mean a
happy, loving family,
scriptures and prayer,
and days filled with meaning, joy and peace.