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Think about your own life and the lives of those close to you. Most of us have a tendency to do as much as we possibly can—cramming every waking minute with events, extravagances, tasks and obligations. We think doing more will get us more satisfaction, success, etc. When oftentimes the exact opposite is true. Less can be far more rewarding in the long run. In what way do you need to start doing less? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts and stories with us.
I love your books and teachings. But this is not always a bad thing. Sometimes, it takes giving up the person we wanted to be in order to fully appreciate the person we can actually become.
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My children are amazing, dynamic and miraculous beings. Having a special needs child as a single parent dictates that I spend more time in waiting rooms than I do on playgrounds.
I spend more time cleaning messes than I can spend making them in a creative flurry of artistic endeavors with my children. I spend more time soothing hypersensitive ears and intervening with overstimulated meltdowns than making music and dancing with joy.
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I spend more time struggling to manage my children through a daily routine than I can spend consulting with clients to educate them about ritual and routine.
I will never be the daughter that I wanted to be, because my parents also had a preset notion about what parenting should consist of, how children should behave, and how they expect to be treated and involved in grandparenting.
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That would require actually having a partner, someone to lean on, to rely on, to be a consistent force in my life. But I spend more time attending iep meetings than I do attending dates. I spend more time talking about relationship struggles than I do engaging in them. I spend more time teaching social skills than I do practicing them.
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I spend more time attending school meetings, therapies, and coordinating treatment teams than I ever got to spend as a room mom, volunteer, or board member.
I spend more energy advocating for a community in which my children can participate than contributing to the provision of community needs. It is time to sacrifice some old dreams in order to make room for new, realistically achievable dreams. It is time for me to accept that I will never be who my father wanted me to be, I will never be able to give to my mother the way she The Real Slim Shady - Eminem - The Accapella Album to me, and that my children are just perfect at being an inspiration to become the best me that I can be.
I, too, had to learn to let go of who I thought I would be and embrace who I actually am. It was like layers of guilt were being shed the more I purged. Then I realized that was a Ernie Ashworth - Everybody But Me analogy, so I decided to think of it like a flower blooming or a butterfly emerging.
Much prettier, right? That was beautiful! You are exactly who you need to be and your children are very lucky to Landmark & Marc Napoli - Like This you! Laurie, It has really supported me in being a parent of a child with special needs to participate in a group where others understand.
This can be a group that meets in person or is available on-line or perhaps FB. Is this straight from the heart? Are you a writer by chance? Because this is such an impressive read. Captivating, touching, pathetic and eulogizing all at once. Laurie, thank you for this. I have trouble expressing myself and you have done it perfectly for me.
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Thank you for sharing your wisdom! I think a lot of this ailment is centered on the myth that busy people are more productive, and more productive people are more successful. People know their priorities, but its the constant pressure to settle for small trade-offs that cripple you over time. One less day vacation. Working even though your sick. Checking email over Memorial Day….
You want to treat downtime and vacation like an appointment. If someone tries to schedule a meeting, I decline it or find another time where the team can meet. By the way, that time is Thursday afternoons, like right now. Lastly, put away the screens. Visit with people in person. Call five friends you have not talked to in a year or more, even if you just leave messages. It will never love you back. Marc, this post is a great reminder that most of us need daily — that a life filled with less busyness and a more mindful presence is necessary — something I know so well, and yet I needed you to say it just the way you did here.
Also, as I read this post I was reminded of a quote that Angel and you referred to in the Simplicity chapter of your book:. Life is a beautiful thing, but too often we complicate things. Spot on advice! Thanks for the continued support. I told myself I have to figure out what living my best Landmark & Marc Napoli - Like This would look like, and then live it….
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I wish I had something more substantial to offer — just wanted you to know that you are not alone. I prefer to put my full attention on doing one task really well in my day. The older I get, the more I just desire simplicity. Less busyness, less drama, and just less stress overall. Not there yet, but getting closer everyday. I wrote an article on how to embrace simple living for the new year. Perhaps you guys might like it. This article speaks to me in many ways-personally, professionally and in general I think the topic is spot on as to why there is so much hurriedness around all of us traffic, congestion and unnecessary competition-especially in the area of social No More . Recently, my husband and I took an 18 day trip of a lifetime.
We visited 5 countries. We had an excursion or two or three planned for every day. On our last day, we chose to stay in one place and absorb its qualities. It was very rewarding and we actually had time to learn about places in depth. Unfortunately, with some of our previously visited sites, I find myself looking at the pictures on my phone and having to research them after the fact!
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They were the must do things with hard schedule dates — promotions, raises, briefings to customers or upper management and those were worked until done. I let no interruptions stop progress. Distractions come easy — TV shows, social media, — easy to do with little value.
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- Handel* - Argenta*, Findlay*, Ragin*, Chance*, R check. Now, back to building my list. I need to stop doing too much in my school club and taking on too many tasks which stress me out. I need to implement the one thing at a time strategy to focus and be present.
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