You know those days.
You try to write a blog post while the little one is in play group and still don’t manage to finish it in time.
You’ve been sending e-mails back and for regarding at least three potential paid opportunities but it still doesn’t feel like you’re getting anywhere with any of them.
The garden lawn needs a cut but you can’t get the mower to work.
The windows need cleaning.
You’ve been washing and drying clothes all day but somehow still have a mountain of dirty clothes to climb.
You wash the breakfast dishes and make dinner. You eat dinner and clear the table. There is no time left to wash up as your little one needs you.
She is tired from play group, has a full belly and needs a story, songs and a cuddle with Mummy.
You willingly comply and soon she is asleep.
You look around and realise you still haven’t tidied up the living room, emptied the nearly over flowing bin or cleared the kids rooms as you had planned.
You get things ready for after school clubs, put up the buggy and it’s time to do the afternoon school run.
Off you go with a sigh, feeling annoyed at yourself for wasting another day by not appearing to achieve anything.
You pick up the kids. The Sun is shining. You stop to let them play. You can’t help but smile and be happy.
|Ignore the tights and the rubbish!|
You think about the words you’re always saying to them.
Just do your best, it’s all that you can do.
You realise that you have worked hard all day. You have done your best even if you haven’t reached your goals today.
You remember that there will always be tomorrow.