I know that I’m not at a point where I need to see a doctor, but why can’t I remember things? I know to a certain extent, everyone goes through this. You know…where are my keys?…did I turn off the oven?…where did I leave my flip flops? It goes on and on. Is it because I’m older, my body is changing, and I’m dealing with a ‘foggy brain’? Do I have too much on my plate?
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’m a wife, have two adult daughters, run a household, and have chosen to have three part time jobs, run this blog site, and now looking to add podcasting to my schedule. Okay, you can call me crazy! Part of me thinks that I am crazy, but I also know that I’m the type of person who does not like doing the 9 to 5 gig. I’ve done it, but prefer this. This is my life…this is what I have put on my plate. I’m also the type of person who prefers to take care of everything myself. I guess that’s the controlling side in me. I’m trying to learn how to let go of some things, but that’s a hard one for me. Maybe the only way to let go is to do a little self-care, a little reflection of my life, and take a vacation.
The other day while working on our blog site, Lisa and I were doing a little venting. Venting about our work lives, our personal lives, and just life in general. Sometimes you have to do a little venting so that you can release some of the pressure. We’re both ready for a vacation. It’s time to decompress, regroup, and restore some of that energy that we’ve lost trying to juggle everything on our plates. We need to get back to remembering that it’s all good, and…
“All great changes are preceded by chaos.” – Deepak Chopra
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