Before the kiddo, I have to admit, it often felt like my weeks dragged. Now, I blink and it's Thursday and I'm writing up this around here post. It's a crazy challenge to be a work-at-home-parent. (It's a crazy challenge to be a parent. Period.) I feel like I finally understand the expression: "I just wish there were more hours in the day."
But there are not. So I'm figuring it out in the 24 that we are given. (And also taking lots of time for chats like this.)
Thank you for the comments and emails about the three things post. I didn't realize that would resonate like it did and I so hope the concept continues to help. Baby steps turn into big steps, you know?
Tomorrow I am celebrating the end of a girlfriend's bachelorette-hood with wine-tasting in Temecula and then coming home and getting comfortable on the couch with Paul and Ellerie. We've got too many TV shows to catch up on. (Which might be the best problem in the world.)
Friendly reminder ... retired workshop PDFs will no longer be available after Monday 9/30. Grab them here! I am still working on the quilting eCourse but the goal is to have it ready to roll in the next 10 days.