And that’s ok.
I’m letting myself get away with a little more at the moment.
In the first lockdown, there was a bit of Dunkirk spirit.
I’m going to get fit!
I’m taking up conversational Spanish.
Yes, NOW is the time for me to learn how to play the lute.
And don’t mention banana bread.
Yep – we were all heading to the top of Maslow’s hierarchical needs. Self actualisation here I come.
Fast forward nine months and this time it’s different.
Many people are at the base of Maslow’s popular pyramid. Trying to stay warm and feel secure.
I’ve made a decision.
I’m not learning the lute and I’m certainly not taking up conversational Spanish. In fact, today I’m not even getting my newsletter out on time.
And it’s okay.
I’m still doing my best, helping other people and staying safe.
And that’s my ‘enough’.
What’s yours? Let me know in the comments.
PS You may know I run a small personal group with just 100 members called TEAM17. On Monday we reopened membership for one week. We now have 98 members with 23 new people joining in the last few days.
The mathletes will have worked out there are two places remaining. If you’re interested in being part of TEAM17, just click this link and you can find out more.