On the Eve of Spring Break

I want to push the reset button on my life.  Reset my health and shake off this sinus infection, 

I want to remind myself who I am by doing things that I enjoy.  Reading.  Being alone.  Playing games with my daughter.  Getting a massage.  Going out with friends.  Reconnecting with my husband.

I want to catch up on my professional learning to come back exited and inspired .  Finish reading Invent to learn.  Start reading Reading in the Wild.  Look back on the Deeper Learning Mooc.

I want to purge and declutter my house in some way.  Maybe tackle scanning all of those old pictures.

I want to feel better than I do now.  Reset my attitude and regain perspective.

It helps to have goals. 



6 comments on “On the Eve of Spring Break

  1. jhaworthoy says:

    Wow…looks like you are going to be busy….but doing things you like doing and need to do. Yes, it is good to have goals…just leave some time to relax too…which I think the massage counts. Jackie http://familytrove.blogspot.com/

  2. Adrienne says:

    We have some of the same goals. I’m a week off antibiotics for a sinus/ear infection and now I have a chest cold. Spring break starts in a bit over 24 hours and I am ready. I plan to visit the Art Museum, read, knit and generally recharge.

  3. Diane Sweeney says:

    Be gracious to yourself! If you get half of that done than I consider it a win!

  4. Delighted says:

    I’m afraid if there was a reset button…we would probably abuse it. 🙂 You have quite a list there. Good luck with and hope you are better soon!

  5. The repetition that you use in this pose makes it such an extra strong piece of writing. If you find the reset button, could you share it with me–I would love to do some decluttering, photo-scanning, file purging, pantry cleaning, car detailing…just clean up! I SO relate to this post!!!

  6. tsudmeier says:

    I love having goals for my break too! I know I won’t get them all done, but it makes me feel good to have them. Good luck with your goals!

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