As I read Taza's post this morning, I felt like someone nailed my last two days right on the head. The inadequacy part hit a note that resounded through me and I finally got to put a name to the icky feeling that I couldn't seem to shake this week.
I definitely haven't felt like the best version of myself. I haven't felt like a good wife, I haven't been able to keep up with all that needs to be done, let alone get in some sewing/reading time, and I haven't been on top of the ball. Haven't we all had those days, when everything seems to be a little (or a lot) off and we're having a hard time finding the footing to get back on track?
With Tink in a stage where I have to constantly keep my eye on her to make sure she's not eating things that aren't food or toppling over and bonking her little head, it's hard. I have lost sight of how amazing and handsome Chris is and the focus of us being a couple and that really sucks because he deserves that attention. So, I'm going to find my footwork again. Even if it's just writing little notes and having coffee with him in the morning before he leaves, I'm going to find it.
I'm going to stop worrying. About (almost) everything. Trivial things at least. I have to realize that I don't need to be in control of everything.
And I'm going to find time to do my projects. Even if it's reading a chapter of a book or sew for 30 minutes. Just something to unravel a little. Because stress makes me a grouch and that isn't good for anyone.
So, my wonderful readers. How do you get back on track after you lose sight of where you should be?