What is true for you this morning? It’s an important question, but one that only YOU can answer. It’s an important question to ask even if you do not have an answer.
I will tell you what is true for ME this morning: I do not want to write a post for Feeling Safe Again every day in November.Thanks to National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo), I was encouraged to try. I wrote seven posts in seven days. I did not finish the marathon, but I finished a sprint.
Before NaBloPoMo, I did not know I could manage a week of daily posts. I did not know that I could–at least once!–write a post in an hour.
However, the pace meant putting off things I enjoy. It meant ignoring a painful wrist, a repetitive stress injury (RSI) caused by too much computer time. It meant living with a lot degree of unnecessary pressure.
Do you put unnecessary pressure on yourself? Do you decide to reach a goal within a certain time? Is the result unnecessary pressure for yourself?
If so, do you adjust the goal? Do you extend the time frame? Do you do a little of both?
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A final note: I do not know Nicole, but feel that I’ve met her online. She is a talented Mom and the creator of Champagne To Crayons. We have different styles, but we share a belief in making things better.
Nicole believes in using November as a month of thanks. If you need inspiration to feel an “attitude of gratitude”, check in with Nicole at 28 Days to Celebrate Thanks.