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It’s Saturday. Last night on the way home, I thought about how I need to balance everything. My thinking began with reviewing in my head the two day computer/tech conference. It set my head spinning with ideas in a district that’s working hard to get us the bandwidth needed for all the technology. In a school where there are ninety Chromebooks for student use with the SBAC testing (Smarter Balance).
There’s so much going on right now. Husband and I are downsizing. I keep hoping the downsizing fairies will just work their magic when I am at work. I keep telling myself to spent one hour every day. Did I last night? No, I choose relaxing. Am I working on it today? Maybe when I get my writing completed for the day.
In January, I went to a novel revision retreat. My novel sits percolating. And while I want to get back to it, I know that I will lose myself in it.
National Poetry Month is in 10 days and I have all the projects I love plus a new one: daily word prompts.
So I keep reminding myself that balance is key. Spring Break is in two weeks and that’s when the lion’s work will be done.
For today I will balance work with fun. (Seeing a friend from high school tonight).