I've been back at work for two days now, and it's been good. The work flow isn't too busy -- just busy enough, I'd say. The kids are "coming down" from Christmas, and doing well. Next week we will all be fully back to what passes for normal around the big top. I'll also be out of leftovers by that time and will have to get back to the business of actually cooking dinners rather than merely reheating.
I haven't done any heavy duty reflecting on my life/who I am/who I want to be this year, but I did decide to make some small changes. If those changes stick, I'll make a few more small changes. If the changes don't stick, I won't decide I'm a failure who can't do anything right -- I'll take a deep breath and start over again.
Mrs. G inspired me with her recent post. I've been considering how I can apply her thinking to my life, and I've come up with this list:
That last one is difficult for me. I don't often ask for help, which sometimes lead to me feeling overwhelmed with things. I need to work on asking for help when I need it.
Susie inspires me daily. The most recent idea of hers that I'm
I'll keep working on the list and will figure out how I want to make it a part of my blog.
In the mean time, I'll be here... juggling work, kids, husband, and home (and blog!) while finding small ways to feel better inside and outside.
Now... can someone help me get all these Christmas decorations put away?? Anyone?