Why is it?

Why is it that as soon as I get myself close to being back on track, something happens that sends me into a tailspin?

I have intended so many times to jump start my blogging and online forum activity. I finally feel that balance is close at hand and my life can afford a couple bits of distraction when BAM. No fun for Sara.

I'm currently in a Moleskine horizontal weekly planner. I supplement with a Bullet Journal type of system in a separate notebook. It's a brain dump and tracker for things I don't want to forget.

I'd love to move into a fancy Traveler's Notebook style catch-all. There are some gorgeous two toned versions on Etsy. I just can't justify the spending.

I hope all of you are well. I miss my planner family!

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Right there with ya

Hi Sara.

I feel that way often--not necessarily about any one given activity, though. Here lately it's been stupid annoying little health issues that make me feel like I'm falling to bits. Sometimes it's housework. For a while it was getting good sleep.

I suppose it's because change is constant. It's hard to keep anything rolling along when the universe keeps putting bumps in the road.

I think plate-spinning is a good analogy for life in general. You have to keep moving your attention from one area to another, and if you don't attend to any one thing for too long, it starts spinning out of control. Sometimes you feel like you've got everything humming a long, but it's only that way a little while when something needs attention.

shris