Streamlining and Prioritizing

photo 1Every day is different. After posting a few days ago about The World Cup of Tiredness,  yesterday and today I took a walk with my son and his family after work and did yard work and am full of energy! Go figure. This morning I was extremely tired to the point I just couldn’t dry my hair and then style it.  I figured I might have the same issue after the neurosurgery, so I got my hair cut after work so it would be easier to manage. I’ve also streamlined a few other things. For example, I like to read scriptures every day but it has been hard to squeeze them in on my tired days. So now when I wake up in the morning, I grab my iPhone and read scriptures from there, before I get out of bed. It is quick, easy, and inspiring. I’m also doing more prioritizing. For example I’d rather go on a walk with my family than do housework or sit and stare at the TV and whine about being tired. So I go for a walk with my family. Really, who could resist walking with a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old? The bottom line is once again this tumor is here to teach me and remind me what’s important. And long hair is not on the top of the list.

2 thoughts on “Streamlining and Prioritizing

  1. Hello Glenda! Paula from PIHMA told me your yucky news. I am so sorry to hear but I know you have the personality to pull through just fine. I hope you are getting the care you deserve. If not come on down to Mayo in Phoenix and we will take great care of you. Stay tough and keep enjoying those grand babies of yours. I truly enjoyed your holistic RN conference and hope to continue my holistic eduction from wonderful insturctors like you.

    • Oh thanks Cynthia. Great to hear from you! My holistic nursing background certainly gives me strength and extra tidbits of courage. As usual, everything always turns out just fine.

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