I spent most of my weeks trying to catch up with: my work, my lists, and my expectations. When Friday comes around, behind all the yays and #TGIFs I feel enormously guilty about all the things I didn't get done. If you relate to this, you know what I'm saying.
One thing that has helped me to reduce that burden is to remember to have grace. It's funny how even though grace is so important, it's hardly talked about. We are not perfect and life will always throw us these curveballs one after the other. The only way to stay "balanced" or "sane" or whatever you want to call it, is to give ourselves grace and not condemnation for all the things we don't do right.
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Have you heard yourself saying there is just not enough time in the day to get things done? Not too long ago I felt no matter how much I tried I always felt worn out and still couldn’t get my to do list checked.
It’s not until last year that I realised how carelessly I spent my time and why I felt extremely unproductive. In this post I've shared how I've managed to get myself back on track. Link in the bio
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Have you ever had that awful feeling where you don’t want to do something but you have to? Whether its a job, a module in university, or an obligation, dreading it can be draining your energy on a daily basis. In today's post I've shared four things I’ve have started doing to deal with such situations.
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