REFLECTION (Day 4 of 7)
(Need to start at the beginning? Day 1)
Our three areas of reflection this week.
Do y’all struggle with procrastination (or procrastination in a particular area of life)? I do sometimes. Something seems overwhelming or, let’s get real, I really don’t want to do whatever it is. When it comes to being intentional about loving and serving others, there can be some real procrastination challenges.
When I run into something like this, I try to understand my why and then make practical small steps to work through it. Sometimes bookkeeping can be overwhelming, but I can sort the receipts by date as a baby step. If I don’t know where to start on something, I can brainstorm with Paul or call a friend. If I’m routinely too tired to do something, I rethink my workload.
Understanding your why is pretty important. If you need more on this, check out Moving Past Procrastination to a Great Marriage by Lori Ferguson. It’s an amazing book and at $2.99 for the Kindle version, it’s a steal.