Office charts, done.
Volunteer health clinic, complete.
Humane Society benefit, a success.
The Big Man's campaign radio ad, written and recorded.
Next week"s menu outlined, grocery list prepared.
Student assignments and final grades posted.
Next course set-up
As I was going through my email cleaning out I started reading Emily Freeman's weekly newsletter, that lead me to a her blog, where Shelly Miller shared her thoughts on The Spiritual Discipline of Idleness, Solitude, and Daydreaming. Shelly's statement "more exercise, more diets, more involvement in community, more engagement on social media, more ways to make money, more education, and more resources for ramping up productivity"
|Our Front Yard in the Fall|
The focus for next week will be starting the day earlier, this will give me some quite time, time to start the day feeling less stressed and allow me to get to my office a couple of hours before I start seeing patients. The time in the office will allow me quite time to complete paper work or work on continuing education.
Hal Elrod has written about and discussed the benefits of the miracle morning. I have read his books The Miracle Morning and Taking Life Head On. Both books make sense, they encourage me to be a better person. The challenge is for me to be a better person, who is not following the prescription of more is better.
So, I would love to hear, how do you find quite time? Do you practice the Sabbath?
~ ConnieKayA ~A Southern Girl sharing her passion for living an abundantly blessed life.