Tag: priorities

Four (more) Reasons You’re a Good Mother

Recently I’ve been feeling like I’ve been slacking in the “good mom” department.  I feel overwhelmed and stressed and pulled in too many directions at the same time.  And, after talking with some of my fellow moms, apparently I’m not alone in feeling this way.  Last year I wrote about why you are a good

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Prioritizing Parenthood

That moment you realize you’ve already written the blog post you were just sitting down to write. I have a tendency to focus very single-mindedly on whatever it is I’m occupied with in the moment.  That can be good or bad.  It’s good not to multitask, because multitasking is really just rapid-fire singletasking a number

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Ignoring My To-Do List & Being in the Moment with my Daughter

This afternoon, as I was driving home from work, my mind was focused on all the things I need to get done. I have a meeting tomorrow that I need to prepare for. I wanted to get on the treadmill (I’ve been eating a bit too much pre-Valentine’s Day chocolate). I wanted to check my

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Parenting Reality: Five Things that Are Currently Not Priorities for Me

Since the list format for blogging seems to be so popular lately, here is another stab I am taking at itemizing the jumbled thoughts in my brain into quick-fix entries that are at least loosely organized under a specific theme. This week:  what are some of the many, many (many …) things that I’m no longer

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