Journal Prompt Week 14: Something You’re Stressed About

It seems like everyone is stressed most of the time about something. While I’m at work I always become stressed about the things I need to do at home. At home I’m stressed with the things I’ll need to deal with at work. To help reduce my stress, I just list a to do list of everything I need to do for the day and add to it as new tasks come up. It’s a great way to prioritize and see what I’ve accomplished.

I always have a notebook with me in my bad. At work, I keep it on my desk. When I think of something that I need to do I can easily write down. If I don’t write down, I won’t remember. I can then pull out my notebook at home and work through my to do list. Helps me manage my time well so I can relax and read more books.

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For my blog, I enjoying planning content and posts. This is mainly a book review blog with some other subjects missed in. I read books and review them here. I usually schedule three reviews a week, depending on how much I’m reading. If I’m not meeting that quota, I’m filling in the gaps with other content.

For the past two months, I’ve been reading as I want. Thankfully I’ve read enough books to full the schedule for the first 3 months of the year. But March was a SLOW month with reading. I’ve made a few good life style changes and it has reduced my reading time significantly. As I write this I only have one week of posts scheduled. That’s drastically different than two months scheduled. It’s a little stressful, but it’s a good stress. We all need some good stress in our life right?

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