Have you ever had that feeling… The moment you stop to stand back and pause to reflect on life, you realize you can’t. There are too many strings pulling, too many balls up in the air and if you stop… they drop.
It happens to me regularly.
I want to stop.
I need to stop.
The more I look, the more I see. I got myself into a spin that keeps twirling round and round. With a complete overload of tasks at hand and eyes on the horizon to make sure I don’t drown.
I found myself *screaming* for simplicity.
I need a simple overview.
I don’t mind hard work.
I love the things I do.
I do have time to rest and play with my family.
I want to be able to step back, see the world spin, think … and breathe.
Recently I discovered that one of my biggest frustrations was that I don’t have my life together. Literally. I have bits and pieces of tasks, orders, notes everywhere.
I always carried several books with me. My daily planner, journal, books for notes and loose papers with lists. Of course I couldn’t find that one note when I needed it.
I just need an overview of where my life is, and where I am going.
The only thing that would prevent me from going crazy would be to have my life in ONE PLACE.
The sad reality is, I’m a recovering chaotic.
An input addict.
Picture that on it’s way to simplicity…