After this month, things will finally start to slow down.
Have you ever sought to comfort yourself with a similar thought? Life feels busy—way too busy—and you find yourself looking forward to the near future when you’ll open your planner on Monday morning and see a little more white space. I’ve certainly had the thought myself.
Once this next birthday celebration is over, that home project is complete, this toddler training is accomplished, this big decision is made, those obligations are fulfilled, THEN my sanity will return; THEN my family will regroup; THEN the days will be a little more relaxing.
Nevertheless, more often than not, that anticipated white space seems to last for only a very short time, and before I know it, life feels “too busy” again. Because another family birthday comes up. And another project needs done around the house. And another meal needs taken to a new mama. And another relationship needs nurtured. And another season of motherhood arises with new demands, duties, and decisions. And all of a sudden, I am on the verge of being overwhelmed, trying to think of ways to simplify my life so that it doesn’t feel “too busy.”
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