But other days, I think, I am going to put away all this laundry, doggone it. Then I'm going to mop the floors. Well, I'm going to Google the most effective way to mop floors, and then we'll see. And I'm going to knock out some homeschool, and figure out how to do a smokey eye, and a maiden braid, and then I'm going to return all these late library books and make something nutritious for dinner. And I'm going to be more intentional at parenting and have a good attitude.
One day out of a hundred, approximately, I nail it. I do all the things I wanted to do. But those are usually exhausting days, and I have to take a vacation day because I'm plumb wore out. I'm not anything like an overachiever, I do the things that are natural or easy to me and I have to force myself to do all the other stuff.
|Unrelated: Brynn washes |
van with cup
The trick is to trick myself into thinking it's not a routine. I just happen to do the same things at approximately the same time, every day. I could quit any time I wanted. Right? Right, guys?