I am reading (rereading? finishing?) Eat That Frog! I love this book. It’s the anti-– productivity book. The basic premise is you will never have time to do everything you want to do when your life, so you better damn well focus on what is most important.
I relate to Funke’s words read at her funeral: “sometimes I feel so much guilt for not calling people back or staying in touch, even though I think about them.”
- I learned to love myself and make choices that are good for me.
- I finally completed my 12-step love addiction program.
- My tiny house is rentable.
- I have a few, key friends I see and talk with regularly who know and love me.
- I feel good about my retirement plan and how much money I am saving.
- My work makes me feel deeply fulfilled.
- I can talk with my family in Korean, and that includes my cousin.
- I know how to riff with alternate chords on the piano. I can improvise.
- I feel good about where my money will go when I die.
- I believe in God and have faith in the world.