Making this new beginning today. Taking the 5 Minute Journal from ‘offline’ mode to online. For more details on the concept, check this link.
Quote of the day: “Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”
(START OF THE DAY)
I am grateful for…
- being blessed with so many resourceful and enouraging people around. It makes seemingly uphill tasks a relatively easy and enjoyable journey.
- having the courage to use my ability to make life’s important decisions intentionally.
- the reunion and connect with old MBA school pals who are all in similar season of life. It’s such a mastermind group!
What would make today great?
- Having a clear and realistic plan and set the right expectations.
- Resuming the nature walk. 30 minutes today.
- Making specific decisions and progress. Collaborate, gather inputs but most importantly, don’t shy away from making decision making.
(BEFORE HITTING THE BED)
- The newly constructed and now operational flyover was a pleasant surprise. What used to take us a few hours took us less than 15 minutes. Thank God for little mercies.
- Amidst the challenges of life, handling people’s emotional outbursts and getting pushed and thrown around, the delicious home made Kadhi Chawal came as welcome break.
- Kids called us all into the living room for their dance performance. It lasted for a few minutes, but children’s giggles, smiles and carefree dancing, was almost shouting back at me that the simple pleasures in life are worth more than any millions.
- Worrying unneccesarily wasn’t a good idea. Obviously. It gave me nothing except doubts and anxiety. Could have tackled the feeling when it came, took some action(s), and moved on with rest ofthe day’s agenda. That would have made today better.
- They say that “what you schedule gets done!“. While that did happen eventually, but I could have been more intentional and created the schedule in the first hour of waking up.
- Could have spent some more time with the kids today. It’s a shame that although I was home, all I did was sharing with them about “The great indian rope challenge”, about which Ruskin Bond had written an interesting article. There’s room.