Martin Luther King Jr.: If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but by all means, keep moving.
I wrote perhaps my best blog ever yesterday. But you’ll never see it because it somehow was deleted from my draft posts.
I typically will publish a draft around dinner time so you, my loyal readers, have all evening and the next morning to peruse my pearls of wisdom and implement my suggestions as quickly as possible.
Yesterday’s tale was about not wanting to get out of bed in the morning. While driving to work, my Shine text came through with the perfect message for Monday:
When stuck in “I probably can’t do this” mode (hi, Monday), “presupposing” success can jumpstart progress. Believe in a good week, Caryn.
Well, I presupposed my successful day following a very short nap after my shower in the morning. I’m just not feeling the get-up-and-go and I know I need more Greek yogurt in my diet. Which, of course, would require me to get to the grocery store. It’s a conundrum.
I’ll have my new car tomorrow evening. It’s been 14 years since I’ve purchased a new car, and even longer since I went through the credit union’s car buying program. I’ll drive to the credit union, sign some papers, and drive off with my new car and say so long to the Murano. Question is: will the new car have any gas in it? That’s about all the energy I’ll have until the weekend.
Tonight, I will clean out the Murano one last time, shred old service records (does the buyer need to know when I had an oil change in 2005?), and be sure to put my office parking garage pass in my purse.
Any words of advice for your favorite new-car-owner?