Recently, in my attempts to minimize clutter in our house I came across an old goal setting exercise that we had done (or that I had made us do!). The recurring theme for me was time. A few of my goals for things I 'wanted' were:
- time for me
- time with my husband
- time with my kids
- time to read, watch movies, and workout
- freedom with my time
- to set my own hours (which obviously relates to time)
- to retire early (also relates to time)
*One of the goals for things I 'didn't want' was: to be overwhelmed with my time.
Perhaps time is also on my mind because I'm approaching a birthday. I have no problem getting older, it's part of life after all, and I think I improve with age (or I at least try to be better every day). I just found (or made) time to jot down this post. I've mainly been sharing my #WhatRDsDo series which I'm really excited about, and life has been keeping me busy. I am however not going to apologize for my absence from personal posts. Life does and should happen. I am a rare millennial that is trying to unplug, to be present offline. I enjoy social media and I also work in that space, but I don't want to miss out on my life.
My blogging time for today is over, so I hope you had a good time reading and I hope you come back to share.
Have a good time! ("we're here for a good time, not a long time!" - Trooper)
Steph Langdon, RD