Another month is over and done. Where does the time go?
That’s my biggest struggle so far this year – making time feel meaningful. This is the third month that’s left me feeling like it’d been lost in the mix of doing all the necessary things: the errands, the chores, the cooking and maintaining life. What came in between all that and, more importantly, how could I have made it count.
Here were the bright spots in the month:
- Hockey, hockey and more hockey.
- We succeeded in completing six weeks of our anti-inflammatory diet.
- We celebrated Easter.
- I adopted some new eating goals.
- I did my taxes.
- We booked two vacations.
- I read a bunch of books.
- We wrote some blackout poetry.
And finally, one of my more meaningful posts (to me) talked about what Gretchen Rubin calls spending out.
If I could do things differently, I’d have spent more time outdoors and I would have worked on better ways to make our days feel more memorable.
What stood out for you this month?