As busy moms, I am certain we have all experienced those insane weekends where you are running to and fro and are barely able to catch your breath. You know, the weekends where nothing gets done around the house, the laundry pile grows exponentially, and the refrigerator is empty because no one has had the time to go shopping. I am just coming off a bender of a weekend. This past weekend was filled with birthdays, skating, staying warm, and recovering from being sick. All of us are exhausted, but we had fun playing, visiting and celebrating with friends and family.
In my opinion, it is always a good thing to be busy doing good stuff. I made a promise to myself when I became a mother that I would NEVER take a pass on the fun stuff because my house needed to be cleaned or laundry needed to be done. So, welcome Monday; I am officially starting my weekday recovery. Since I had no time to catch my breath or re-charge my battery over the weekend, I am finding the time to do it during the work week.
Hard, yes, but not impossible. Here is where you can find me recovering this week:
- In the morning, after all the school drop offs, sipping my coffee and rocking out to Moments, My Church, or Just Smoke, for the six minutes I am alone in my car.
- At my desk, sitting quietly, basking in the silence and the sunlight.
- At a work lunch event where I do not have to cut up ANYTHING for ANYONE.
- In the late afternoon when I start to get sleepy and zone out staring at my computer, thinking about NOTHING.
- After dinner, on my jog, staying focused and enjoying the feeling of training my body to get stronger.
- At night with a glass of Pinot Noir and my new book.
- Going to sleep, knowing that I am not as recharged as I had hoped, but that my girls are enjoying life and that I am enjoying watching them grow.
Where do you find the time to re-charge during the work week?
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