Packing for my Japan trip feels a bit like being in the “What Not to Wear” TV show. Don’t get me wrong. I have a decent fashion sense. At the very least, I’m not the worst dresser. I like my casual “lived-in” clothes, but I can get a bit stylish when I want to. I “clean up good” and all that.
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It makes the difference between being fit or not. Can be wasted or used efficiently. Make or break… a relationship. We have no control over it, yet can choose how to use it. Wisely. Or not. We have too little or too much, yet it never changes.
What is it?
The answer is a simple four letter word: time.
As a young stay-at-home mom, I used to put off doing the laundry. We must have had a ton of clothes because we never seemed to run out of clean clothes. (Truth be told, occasionally I did have to buy extra underwear.) Our days were filled with fun outings, learning and loving opportunities. I loved spending time with my children and justified the growing pile of dirty clothes. I glanced at the eyesore and imagined spending hours of drudgery, wasting time away from my priority: my children. Clothes could wait. It wasn’t too bad, anyway. Or so I thought. Read the rest of this entry »