Then I stopped blogging.
Hmmm........something is wrong here.
I guess the first thing I need to do is to get organized, then prioritize, then reschedule my time, my to do list, my goals, then........wait a minute now, that's a little overwhelming!
My problem is that I have so many cool things that I've started since I had cancer (see second post), that I don't have enough time to do them all - but it's so much better than not having anything to do.
What kinds of things, you ask? Here's some:
- I wrote my first story - a children's story. I loved it and now I write every day. (No, I haven't sent out my work to be published, but that's the next step.) I also have a monthly writers meeting and submit my stories to the monthly newsletter.
- I started singing in a group called "The Wanna B's". My brother-in-law started it to raise money for local charities. There are seven to ten people, including my husband, and we sing to sound tracks. We practice once or twice a week.
- I started singing for nursing homes and assisted-living. I get paid for this, but it is the first thing I am cutting back on - I think! (I only have one more scheduled.)
- I became interested in metaphysics. I enrolled in a home study course in metaphysical science. I would like to pursue this further. I've been procrastinating on writing a paper for my master's degree.
- I became a Reiki II practitioner and have a weekly meeting. Reiki is an energy healing, which I experienced after my chemo and radiation. (Too bad it wasn't during my treatments!) It helped so much that I became "attuned" so I could use it on myself and my family and friends. Unless I am a massage therapist I cannot offer it to others, but I can "send" it to anyone who requests it.
- I began learning about the internet and ways to make money. I failed many times, but I keep on trying - some MLM's, eBay, a stagnant site, a site that never got up!
- I started working out at a gym.
- I started this blog!
So, there you have it. I'm sure I've missed something. Oh, and don't forget all the day-to-day things that need to be done - cooking, cleaning, laundry, finances, etc. etc.
I'm sure some of you balance many hats, too. That's why I'm glad I can balance myself with Reiki. What kinds of things do you do for yourself to keep you sane?