My days "off" used to look quite different a year ago. I slept in right up until I would have to take Luke to school, meaning, I would wake him up, get him dressed (quickly) and rush him to school with no breakfast. Gabe & Kaleb have always been great at waking up to their alarm, getting dressed, eating breakfast, and leaving on time for school, on their own. So, I hardly ever saw them in the mornings because I was dead asleep from Netflix binging the night before. After dropping Luke off, I'd come home, watch more TV, scroll FB for hours, and grab fast food alone or sometimes with friends. The time had come --All three kiddos were FINALLY in school. I worked crazy hours (sometimes overtime) & while I was grateful to have my job--I hated it.
I convinced myself I finally earned the perfect days off. No kids. No husband. Just my time to just relax and check out.
I was stuck.
Personal development 👈👌😉
I'm currently reading, "The 12 Week Year". If you struggle with meeting goals or being productive with your time, is a GREAT read. My days off now are spent working on myself ❤
I used to think PD development was stupid, I laughed at folks who read it. I look back at how differently things are now and realize I was being stupid. I'm happier, I'm a better mom, I'm living consciously at my full potential & reaching real happiness in my life.
The first step of change is to become aware of your own bullshit 😃