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Darn that Mind Clutter!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

I seem to be a victim of that darned mind clutter again!

I realize this as I have the recurring theme in my head that I need to "be still." My mind is restless, not at peace. I'm not sure that there's too much on my mind or that I'm not thinking enough about things...the right things/the things I should be focused on. Either way, my mind is restless.

Perhaps if I was either better organized or meditated or I'm not even sure, I could either fit it all in and solve the world's problems (along with wearing that gold tiara like Wonder Woman...not sure what I'd do with that lasso or invisible airplane, though. Hmmm.)

I recently spent some time with some folks who "Just Do It" so to speak. Made me feel awfully lazy. There's sooooo much more I could get done in a day with better time management. There are some overachievers like that out there in the world. I've resisted being one of them for a long time. Not sure if I'm ready to turn that corner yet or not. Been a little too comfortable with a certain amount of restfulness. I think that sounds better than lazy.

Perhaps if I put me on a schedule for my time at home, both during the work week and on weekends, I might get more done, feel more productive and then, yes, feel as if I've solved part of the world's problems - even if only my small corner of the world.


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MYSPARKLER 5/30/2012 8:59AM

    I am the same way. I hear other people and it seems like they get so much more done than I do. I feel like I should get more done. I honestly don't know how they do it!

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CHIBIKARATE 5/30/2012 12:29AM

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