It’s been a funny old few weeks. The kids are back at school, I’ve started working with new clients (which I’m loving), my hubby has started a new job and the badminton season has started again! I have to admit its all been a bit chaotic and, by the way, where has this year gone? We’re already at the end of September, how did that happen? It all seems to be happening in a blur.
Usually, at this point in the year, I’m pretty organised. The badminton tournaments are all scheduled, our holidays are planned and then all I have to worry about is Halloween, my hubby’s birthday, my son’s birthday and then Christmas. None of that is in hand. It seems to be an endless cycle of eat, sleep, work/homework/badminton, repeat.
This week I’m going to get myself sorted. I’m one of those people who needs to do a list. I have notebooks all over the place with lists. Lists for groceries (oops – I even forgot the grocery shop for the last two weeks!), lists for work (that one always seems to be up to date, thank goodness), list for the kids activities, lists for birthdays, etc., and so it goes on…
So, it got be to thinking, how does everyone else cope. It can’t just be me who has a million and one things going on in my head. How do we all keep it together? My husband sent me a link to a guy called Mark Gungor on Youtube, talking about marriage and the difference between men’s brains and women’s brains. Seemingly men’s brain’s have little boxes that everything sits and none of them touch! Whereas, women’s brains have everything inter-connected together and tied to emotions. It’s very funny and in my experience all too true – take a look, you can search ‘the nothing box” on google or just use the link here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWiBRL-bxiA)
Let me know what you think.