I write things down.

I color code my notes

Underline and highlight where needed

I set reminders for myself- whether it’s in my phone or post it notes on the dashboard in my car

What I’m trying to say is that I have a lot going on and even though it’s all written somewhere in my style of organization … My to-do list never leaves my mind〰️ I have a billion thoughts bouncing off the walls of my brain. Every thing on my to do list, long term, short term comes with a mental alarm clock.

It is so hard (1st wold problems, wow) living in this digital era where we have become accustomed to instant results because nothing worth having happens instantaneously, unless it’s a guilty pleasure like hot fudge sundae pop-tarts or something〰️ I really just wanted to talk about my first week of yoga lol. With every instruction of movement you hear, “nice and slow,” “take your time,” and I’m not used to this. MAybe it’s not solely a generational thing, maybe it’s the athlete in me, if you need to get to the finish line, your not going to go nice and slow, you’re going to sprint now, rest later🤷🏾‍♀️ what I’m enjoying most about social distancing is that I’m growing closer to myself, I have the time to take my time. I read somewhere that said life isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. Yoga is already helping me slow things down in my mind, have gratitude for the movements between where I started and my end goal

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