It happens all too often that we will get to the end of a long day and wonder what we have been so busy with. We know that we ran our tails off all day, but we can’t seem to figure out what we accomplished. If you’re sick and tired feeling this way as you crawl into bed, it’s time to establish a morning routine. A morning routine is the #1 thing that has helped me make sure that those icky feeling and evenings are in the minority, rather than the majority.
The Chaos Of Winging It.
You guys, I’m a mom of three. My oldest is now 7, the middle child is 5, and the youngest is 3. Less than 4 years separate all my kids. So please know that I am no stranger to chaos. I would say I’ve been a victim of chaos, but that would imply I had no choice in the matter. Which I did. It’s just that for a long time, I existed within the chaos, just doing my best to make it from morning to bedtime.
That’s not healthy. It’s not healthy, but I know how it happens. Life moves quickly when you have little kids, jobs, and a house to run. Commitments pile on and before you know it, you’re flying off the treadmill and hitting the wall. I was sick of letting my life run me, and I decided that it was time to take control of the things that I could.