Tomorrow’s Plan





I wrote down my tentative plan and list since I learned last week that if I can’t see it, I’ll do whatever I feel like in the moment.

Lots of gaps, but it’s something. At least it’s on paper — and now here. Thank you, readers, for serving as my life coach.

I’m sleepy.

But I want to read.

This book (in the above picture). Y’all. Oh my goodness. I thought my parents were control freaks. Rachel’s dad is something else.

AND, I’m posting from my phone, which I rarely do, so if the pictures are wonk, that’s why.

5:15 will be here soon. Wishing you all a happy and productive Monday.

12 thoughts on “Tomorrow’s Plan

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    • They absolutely DO NOT make my day — see my newer posts — regarding therapy. πŸ™‚ OH MY GOD! I need to accept that I am not a lister and be done with it. Unfortunately I am also married to a non-lister. You have no idea how much we need a life manager who enjoys (and doesn’t lose) these things called lists!! Is John available?! I don’t even hang out with people who make lists. I guess I wrote all these posts before I remembered that 1) I lose lists 2) if I write it down, that’s a guarantee that I will not follow it because I’m a rebel like that 3) I just felt like I needed a #3, but I got nothing. πŸ™‚


    • 1. Thanks! Had to tweak it a bit, but it’s something.
      2. A friend who’s a sociology professor gave it to me — she has the best books. I’m only half-way through but it’s eye-opening. I’m hoping it will end well; so far it’s been heavy but I’m very much pulling for the spirited Rachel and expecting her to emerge on top from her horrible childhood.
      3. Yes! Thank you. I love it, too. I found it last year on clearance at Macy’s, and it practically screamed at me to bring it home — so I did! πŸ™‚


  2. I LOVE your list! I used to do the same thing….you’re inspiring me to get back to it, as I got more accomplished when I wrote a list as opposed to “free-floating” it and I felt better in general. I think there’s something to be said about the power of taking pen to paper – maybe it goes into the brain in a more powerful way! Who knows? Good luck with getting the top priorities done. I’m rooting for you!

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    • Thanks! It is helping even though list-making is SO against the grain for me. Sherry (aka, my virtual life coach) says it’s important to cross off a task when I’m done. I do okay with that as long as they aren’t all household tasks, so I tried to put items on here that will give me a sense of accomplishment with a few household items, too. Baby steps, I suppose…


    • Thanks! My original comment is apparently floating somewhere in cyberspace. It’s a pain and not something I do naturally, but it’s helping me a lot. I’m finding that even if I don’t completely stick to it (which i NEVER do), I still get more done and use my time better than when I don’t do it.

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