I was on a call with a friend who lives across the country last night, she and I were pointing out things that we’ve been extremely grateful for during the past two weeks with what is going on in the world right now and one that we both agreed on was the ability to cook and prepare meals.
It hit me last week that there is a large majority of Americans that do not know how to cook, like… not even boil an egg.
It made me realize a different level of panic they may have felt in those moments that others may not have, like an actual thought of “how am I going to eat”. Continue reading “Be Prepared”
Planning the week out on Sundays guarantees that I have a successful week.
Even if shit hits the fan, things are still lined out for me to follow and be productive. Continue reading “Sundays – When I Plan My Week”
The next two weeks are going to be hectic. Well, they have the potential to be.
I have to pack up my life for 14 days to head to Tony’s. We have appointments, 2 formal events to attend, and all kinds of other things to get handled.
Then I come home for 1 day before leaving again to jet off to Utah for 5 days for an event and to visit some friends.
That’s a lot of packing.
Most people would put it off. They would procrastinate and then panic. They would let things slide and allow the difference in normal routine to throw them completely off course without even thinking twice about it. Continue reading “Preparation”