Oh the brain, she be tired and easily distracted.
Like the pre-old person I am.
You see, last week I was in a productive mood. I was busy, but not overwhelmed. Happy, but not dippy. Energetic, but not the most organized I’ve ever been.
Thus it came to be at one point in the late afternoon, while I was whirling around the house, doing the things, thinking the important blogging thoughts, that I realized I’d forgotten what I was doing.
Just standing there in the middle of the room, immobile. Alone, no one else around to give me a prompt.
Thus as a way of getting myself back on track I said out loud to myself:
“Do the thing you were supposed to be doing when you realized that you hadn’t done the thing you were supposed to have done and stopped to do that thing.”
And guess what?
I listened to myself, did what I said I should do, and got back in the groove, because apparently when it comes to keeping the productivity choo-choo train on the track I need to use convoluted sentences to communicate with myself.
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Questions Of The Day
Had any good conversations with yourself lately? Did you listen to yourself? And how’d that work out for you?
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