What I want to talk about today is how any of us can get waylaid. One could be like me and believe that if you bring something into the house, something else has to go out. Or you could be someone who has every movie or show program that they have ever seen. Even if you happen to be in your sixties, there are still situations that throw us for a loop in terms of the organizing world
I had shoulder surgery five and a half weeks ago. It has been an awakening. Although I was only out under anesthesia for two and a half hours, for the first four or five days after surgery, I was a big old log. I was not in a ton of pain, but I just was out of it and cranky. I was ridiculously unable to function. I could care less.
But the thing is that I slowly, one day at a time, crawled back onto the wagon. I worked as much as I could, with my shoulder in a sling, with my clients and their situations. And I slowly starting working on my organization. It was not easy and sometimes I wanted to give up but I have started to get back to where I want to be. The important thing for me to impart to you is we have things that set us back. It is human and it is life. But the most important thing is we need to keep trying. After this, I have a greater understanding of how hard it can be and how wonderful it is to accomplish your goals.
I will be back with another segment, life willing, before six months.