It’s Day 15! We are now at the halfway point of Notes-vember! Where are you? Halfway to your goal, or are you halfway to the end?
You all know that I wish you the best start on your day, and I hope you close out the day with that same energy. So, for the last 15 posts of Notes-vember, I’m not going to tell you how I hoped your day started or how you should make the best of it. You know where I’m coming from at this point. When you read these posts, you should already be at a point where you can say that to yourself, walk out your door and say it to someone else.
Let’s talk about your daily activities now. In the beginning, I constantly asked questions and gave you things to think about deeply. Now that we’re here, start reflecting on how those changes, routines, hobbies, etc., have changed or been built. Yeah, there’s still work because there is always work, and questions still need to be answered. But, now is the time to create answers by doing.
A Day in My Life
Here and there, I give you bits of how my day started or how my day was going. Some of those days were hard, and some were simple as can be. I pushed through it because I needed to. I worked on things to keep my mind going because that’s what I do.
Today, I’m on another one of my baking sprees because I have a project to complete in 5 days. It’s going to be fun, I may or may not record the process, but the thought of working on it is exciting. I wish I could tell you what it is, but it’s a surprise for all. So be sure to tune in to my YouTube channel on November 20th for the big reveal!
Don’t overwork yourself. Believe that you can do the things you always wanted to do no matter how limited you feel. Just because you feel limited doesn’t mean you are. Likewise, just because there is something in your way doesn’t mean that you can’t do something; it only means that it’s not time for that move.
You always have more than one move to make, even if it’s the move you don’t want to make first. Has someone ever told you as a kid that what you do affects the next person or action? You don’t eat raw meat before you cook it, you don’t cook it before you buy it, and you don’t buy it before you make your way to the store to get it. You see how one thing leads to the other. Some things must be done to make other things possible.
Have you ever been told not to take shortcuts when working on something important? Have you ever taken a shortcut in this situation? The quality deteriorates, it doesn’t look or sound as good, and it can ruin a reputation. When you have the time to do something, take that time to do it. You’ll be happier in the end, and so will those affected by your work.
As you sit down, take a deep breath, and relax, think about how far you’ve come since keeping up with Notes-vember or just the process of how to stay motivated. Take it all in and be proud of yourself.