Its amazing

Its amazing how a minor case of post nasal drip can take you out for days. More so the lack of sleep secondary to the post nasal drip is what got me. And all of the combined issues lead to emotional instability, irrational spending, irritability, and sloppy wardrobe choices.

I'm thrilled to say I'm feeling SO much better and we once again have staple foods in our home such as milk, bread, eggs, bananas. Things are on the mend.

Though I can't say we've made much improvement in the way of our appearance, we are quite comfortable, me {in my faithful yoga pants that I've never done yoga in} and S. Small {in his camo and stripes}.

Whenever I'm coming off an "illness" or just feeling plain overwhelmed with the basic everyday household tasks, I make a list. I like to write down one or two single items at a time no matter how big or small. Once I can cross one thing off, then I think up the next thing to do and write it down.

I start by asking myself the question "What must be done today?" or "If I could only accomplish one thing today, what would it be?"

It helps. Hope you all are having a grand Monday!


Lynn Beck said...

Small is getting big! I love the camo and stripes look. I am impressed with your list strategy. I've started e-mailing lists to myself lately because I always seem to be at my computer.

I'm glad you're feeling better.

Emily said...

Glad you're feeling better. I used to get the worst colds when I was pregnant...even in the middle of July. Could it be hormonal?

Love your list and how specific it is. It feels so good crossing something off a to-do list.

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