It heads my way
I see it on the horizon
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And now for my ROW80 Crazy Check-In . . .
This particular craziness is temporarily on hold.
I recently completed a major editing job. YAY!
There are one or two more jobs coming down the pike at some point.
I have two or three articles to write this week.
I also want to write three or four guest posts and at least one, if not more, posts for here and my website.
I hope to write three to five devotionals for the book I’m working on.
And maybe, just maybe . . . I’ll write a new picture book manuscript.
I want to devote large chunks of my Sundays to reading, but I have to add reading to my Action Plan for other days as well.
I’m re-reading Cathy West’s Yesterday’s Tomorrow. I’m enjoying it even more the second time round.
I’ve also added a couple of books to my To Be Read pile (and ten articles from peer-reviewed journals) that are part of the requirements to maintain my labour doula certification.
I am also puttering away at a number of other print and ebooks.
And we won’t even talk about the articles and blog posts I would love to read online.
The weather is perfect for walking, sunny with a nice breeze. I’ve done more walking this year than maybe ever before. I hope to keep it up as long as the weather permits.
While I haven’t been putting in long workouts, I have kept moving. I have ten- and five-pound weights in the living room that I use from time time time while watching TV. I do a number of bodyweight exercises each day while at the computer.
I’m losing the enthusiasm for healthy eating, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to stop.
As the weather cools down, it will be more challenging to drink enough water, but I will keep plugging along and will, perhaps, add more caffeine-free herbal teas.
I suggested to my hubby that we spend at least one hour each Saturday decluttering the dungeon (aka our basement). We’ve made a start and I hope to maintain the momentum. It’s the whole “out of sight, out of mind” scenario.
Once we make some headway with the decluttering process, I’m sure I’ll be inspired to branch out beyond the basement.