The end of an era?
Asked our Son two days ago on our weekly touch-base call, “What would you think if i stopped blogging?”
He said, “It would feel like the end of an era.”
An era usually implies a long run with something that has been a fabric of everyday life.
After 11 years without missing a day, perhaps it would be the end of an era.
The script getting whispered during the daily two-hour writing commitment is, “This blogging is keeping you from finishing your Disney business books.”
If there was no job nor income to worry about and i could do anything, i’d start every single day by writing, just like the past 4,000+ mornings.
And now there’s a new script, thanks to our Son two days ago, “Of course you can do them both. You can blog like normal AND finish your first book about Disney Customer Service.”
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But wait, didn’t you say yesterday to Go?
And stop making excuses. We are deserving of a great, organized life.
This is our responsibility.
Not talking organizational perfection.
Just fundamentally… decently organized… and simplified.
Some of the most basic:
- declutter – purge unnecessary things, which is tricky because….
- we must be honest about what’s (really) necessary
- try to touch paper only once, try to avoid putting it down “for later”
- create and organize digital files (for email and bookmarked websites)
- minimize our temptation to say yes to everything
None of this is particularly easy.
We can never go wrong with slow and steady.
And sometimes, yes, we will need a bulldozer and a few days.
Three other things I don’t do anymore:
- drink alcohol
- eat pretzels
But it’s still fun to enjoy another birthday. Happy birthday to me….
Timeless Insight: Age invites wisdom, and the opportunity to let go of self-destructing habits.