I am terrible at keeping my toothbrush charged.
The other day it was getting slower and sadder, moments away from toothbrush death. I had to dig through my toiletries basket to come up with the charger. If I made a regular habit of charging the silly thing this would never happen!
Right about that moment the Lord reminded me that if I made a regular habit of keeping myself charged, I wouldn’t burn out, wear out and generally get cranky. So I sat down with pad and pen and made a list of what I need. Regular sleep, healthy food, time with God, time with family and friends, creative outlet, play, etc.
What do you need to be on top of your game?
Stretching oneself too thin is the disease of modern life. Terri Guillemets
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