How many things have we started recently? How many completed? Jettisoned?
We know we need sleep, play and eat time – soak-in-tub time too. We leave this state of rational – regularly adding things we want to do, expecting ‘continuous improvement’, while road-blocking results we desire.
That’s common, but not rational. Ditch something. Ditch it now. Repeat daily, until life feels rational again.
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: very early …8C/46F, clear/dark, birds chirping as a band of twilight on the horizon proves there will be another day (sadly another hot-dry one in wildfire areas of northern Alberta), no traffic noise, just the sound of sniffing/grunting Gusta as we explored our long journey into night …
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