[Tripping On…] Recovering Lost Time

When I look over my writing schedule and when I look over my calendar of things to do for my healthcare, I feel like I’m drowning in lost time. There is so much I want to do – so much I need to do – that it’s difficult for me. Especially now, when I have to do so much to secure my healthcare benefits, and actually use them to aid in my recovery, I shouldn’t feel lost…

WANNA CONSIDER HOW THE ENERGY TO WRITE ISN’T THE SAME AS THE ENERGY TO DEAL WITH HEALTHCARE LIARS? CLICK HERE TO KEEP ON READING!

[Moving Zeal] Trash Old To-Dos

Over the years, I’ve written thousands of intricate to-do lists. Throughout this moving process, I’ve found hundreds of them. Most are done. The remainder were impossible to do in one day, so they remained incomplete. Unless you’re keeping them organized for a comprehensive list of what you’ve been accomplishing daily, trash, recycle, or archive them! I think that we should instead prioritize tasks based on how relevant they are today, rather than they were yesterday.

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[Moving Zeal] Focusing on Moving

We get too distracted by innocent things. The quick rush of a new toy, the ugliness of putting in the effort toward finishing some task, or just a lost sense of curiosity. All are healthy, human reactions to living in our distracted society. When we get too distracted by these short-term fancies rather than our long-term flights, that’s when we fall. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be addressing that forthright, starting with seemingly-innocent imagery.

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