New Year reflections
I'd like to slow down a little bit this year - I'm feeling more on the panicky end of the spectrum about 2011. Probably means I have to face up to the reality that I need to cut out a couple of commitments. I can't just keep stuffing things in. And I really don't like feeling like everyday of my life is too full.
On top of working in a new job (where I still feel that I've got no idea what I'm doing) and finishing off my uni course, I'm taking on a bigger involvement at playgroup, my eldest child is starting high school and we're adding another musical instrument to the craziness. At least I won't have to do any Year 6 fundraising this year and my role on the preschool committee is up for grabs (in my mind anyway). Oh, and I still have my youngest at home this year.
These are the times I wish I had a bottomless capacity. But I don't, so it's usually stuff at home that starts to fall apart.
But, gee, I'm so glad that Christmas is over for another year. Sounds terrible, I know, but I was so tired by Boxing Day.