Plan B. The backup to what you really want to do or accomplish. Instead of climbing a mountain, I sat for hours looking at a lovely view of mountains and visiting with family. I climbed an 8,000 ton glacial erratic, walked along the Sandy River, and saw an amazing sunset. Sometimes Plan B, turns out to the be perfect plan.
The holiday season throws most of us off kilter. Typical routine activities are suddenly fraught with glitches. Our once quiet and relaxing weekends are stuffed with activities that require more energy than we possess. Instead of wishing the holidays were over, learn how to make adjustments for this special time of the year.
What are some things you do to make the holidays less stressful, and more meaningful? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Don’t you hate it when life gets in the way of achieving your goals? Or I suppose the better question to ask is this… “Don’t you hate it when you LET life get in the way of achieving your goals?”
In this week’s goal setting tip, I share a home maintenance situation (the subject line give you a clue as to what it is) that is trying to steal my attention… it’s trying to divert my focus from what I planned to accomplish today.
What do you do when life throws distractions at you?
Do you let them completely derail your goal achieving progress?
Do you close the closet door on them so you can focus on something else?
Or perhaps you’re like me and you keep ignoring the situation until you finally HAVE to deal with it.
I’d love to know how you’d handle similar situations.