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Morning Babbles: I Messed Up, So I Guess Life Is Not Perfect After All

Image: Woman sitting at coffee shop talking about morning babbles.   Do you ever wake up in the morning babbling to yourself? You know that conversation we all have amongst ourselves when no one else is around. I call it morning babbles, and it has changed my mornings for the better.  A little self-talk ain't never hurt nobody. I am almost embarrassed to talk about this, but oh well life is not so perfect after all. I messed up, and now I am feeling overwhelmed. Seen first on Bits and Babbles
Do you ever wake up in the morning babbling to yourself? You know that conversation we all have amongst ourselves when no one else is around. I call it morning babbles, and it has changed my mornings for the better.  A little self-talk ain't never hurt nobody. I am almost embarrassed to talk about this, but oh well life is not so perfect after all. I messed up, and now I am feeling overwhelmed.


Image: Woman In Coffee Shop Sharing Morning Babbles seen first on Bits and Babbles.   This morning I woke up with ten things I needed to do before work this morning. And to be honest, only four of them were important.

This morning I woke up with ten things I needed to do before work this morning. And to be honest, only four of them were important. 
Such as start my day off in prayer so I can be relaxed during the first part of the day. When I awake if I start doing other stuff before getting mentally ready I become anxious for no reason. 
  • Prepare and prep dinner for my family 
  • Check my e-mails for any clients cancellations
  • My husband has hurt his leg I needed to make sure he soaked in the tub, took his medicine before we both head off to work. 
But, no this morning I woke up doing six other things that had no value at all. As a matter of fact, I got off track and was almost late getting my day started. Now I am at work waiting because my 9 am hair appointment changed her time and I didn't check my messages. I assumed everything was intact because I do the same thing day after day. 

 I am a person who plans out everything now that I am older in life. I need organization at all times, so I want to get over-loaded at one time. Which most of the time I always end up not accomplishing anything at all if I allow that to happen.

Not to mention I did not put the chicken in the crockpot before leaving and not to add I wasn't focused while riding in the car with Rico. 
I felt like a failure because he was trying to tell me something in and I was strolling the net. I was not paying him a bit of attention.

Now that was the dumbest part of my entire morning. No joke this really just happened. :( 
Oh, and may I add I got on the phone gossiping with my girlfriend this morning while he was talking. Ugh, I got off track big time.

The list of things I did not do today was actually a delay. So, guess what I am sitting in my own chair at work thinking about all the things I should have done that would have made my day run smooth. Now, in reality, I am behind on my daily life endeavors. 

I am contemplating crying and laughing at the same time.  I can not get this day back so now I have to regroup and suck up the fact I will have double work when I get off at 4pm. 
As I think about it now my getting off schedule will definitely be the cause of any extra tiredness, I may have this evening.

Never the less, I just called my husband at work to apologize. And also so he can speak a word of encouragement back in my morning. The reason being my anxiety was trying to stir up because I was thinking about all the things I didn't do this morning. Instead of focusing on how I could re-route my day.

Now I am still feeling a slight bit of being a failure. But hey life must go on, and I am moving forward at this moment.

The last bit: I am the master of my life but trying to master too many things had me mastering nothing at all.

In conclusion: I learned something valuable on this day. I am never too old to recognize and fix my mistakes. By addressing my mess, I felt much better. With that being said hope you guys are off to a great start today. If so, congratulations and if not stop, drop and start over. It really is Ok not to be Ok!
None of us are perfect, but as women and human beings, we can always start tomorrow with new plans to get back on track.

That is my morning babbles

How do you start your everyday life to stay on track? Ya girl needs a little boost of your energy right now.

Until Next Time See Ya In A Bit!

xo tangie

6 comments

  1. Honestly I like to lay in bed that extra 5-10 minutes in the morning! It helps soooo much and keeps my life on track!

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    1. I know but I will go back to sleep in 15 mins.
      Thanks
      xo tangie

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  2. My day has to start with coffee. But I babble to myself all the time: at work, at home, while driving. When people ask I just say I'm talking to myself and they understand. I agree on having to have structure and a plan. In my 20's I didn't care to plan but fast forward to my 30's and with 2 kids and a husband, I plan everything and if we don't do any of them, that's ok because at least I planned something just in case.

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    1. Good morning Alice...finally another woman who understands. And yes to planning. Sometimes our plans fall through the roof. But it doesn't matter we stay on that plan"}

      thanks for commenting
      xo tangie

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  3. Sometimes planning can go wrong but regrouping with prayer and encouragement usually helps me.

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