Everyone suffers from decision fatigue. Here are some helpful ways in which to combat decision fatigue in your daily life.
I sent out my annual plea to my girls but this time through text. “What do you want for Christmas? Get me your lists ASAP.” Madison, my middle daughter, wrote back immediately and said, “I want you to paint me a picture,” with another text coming in right after it, “Do the art book… Continue reading Adding ‘Artist’ to My Resume
The majority of my time spent in gmail is deleting email after email promising younger looking skin, higher monthly sales, and improving my health. Needless to say, when I received an invitation to a Memorial Day cul-de-sac party being put on by the neighbors, I opened it with great anticipation. Who doesn’t want to be… Continue reading Cornhole Queen of the Cul-de-sac
Two weeks ago Wednesday, I deleted my Facebook account. I waited to tell the world of my new status to make sure that the deletion would stick. How embarrassing is it to delete your Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr, tell everybody how you did it cold turkey, and then be back on it within three days? I was staying… Continue reading TTFN Facebook
I am participating in a weekly challenge in which I find 5 things I do just for me. The person behind this totally brilliant idea is Laura Crawford who writes beautifully as Semper Fi Momma. The biggest challenge is figuring out what 5 things I’d like to do just for me. It has become abundantly… Continue reading #5Things4Me I Need to Do for Me This Week — Week 1
I’m going to tell you a story about something I did but it’s not about bragging or tooting my own horn — it’s about how one person (me) made a difference in a family’s life when they needed it. Two years ago, I was at a daughter’s friend’s pool party. Because I didn’t feel comfortable… Continue reading Paying Attention
People feel the need to always be accessible no matter what one is doing.