Do you ever feel like you have so much to do or feel so overwhelmed that you don’t know where to start. So you just don’t start? I do this. It’s kind of classic in my book. I spent so much time in college stressing about tests, papers, projects and thinking about how I was going to do them and how I needed to do them, but I would be so overwhelmed that I wouldn’t just start. I do this in my life now, too. It definitely doesn’t look the same now. But it’s the same thing.
My Granny used to tell me that I was like my dad. She said when he was in pharmacy school he would spend more time worrying about his tests than studying for them. She told me I was the same and to stop worrying and just get to studying. I miss her. She could tell you straight up how it was and you’d just want to hug her and tell her thanks for the advice.
So I was kind of frozen last week. And not because we were busy watching the movie. By the end of the week I really felt like I lacked direction and focus. It was nice to have a week that was more restful, especially after the buildup of the first Project Gabriel support meeting, but by the end of the week I was just frustrated.
So this week I am going to get up and do something, instead of sitting frozen and overwhelmed. There were many things I wanted to blog about last week, but I just didn’t get to it. So this week I want to share with you several things including all about our first Project Gabriel support group meeting, and my weight loss journey, which has been full of ups and downs but mostly ups. And I don’t mean emotional ups, I mean poundage ups. Yeah, it’s not been awesome. But the exercise has. Excited to talk about it. I also have some organizing stuff to share. Y’all, I have been crazy organizing. I love having a place in my home for everything. Tommy’s either got to love it or he’s either driven completely crazy by this point. Probably the latter. But who doesn’t love a more organized home.
Hope your week is off to a great start today and that your Easter was beautiful.