The end of the year is always a time of reflection and planning for me. I go over out budget, try to see where we can make adjustments, look around the house for remodel ideas, and examine my writing career. I also take stock of my health. Just call me a Covey convert. I love his books about goal setting and looking on ways to improve your life.
This year, I'm kind of being forced to do something I never plan time for. I'm resting. I had a hip replacement two days after I released my last book -IF THE SHOE KILLS. Yep, I'm a planner. I also had a crown done last month since apparently I can't have dental work done for six months now.
So I'm tucked in my recliner with a comforter over my legs as I write this post.
What have I learned the last three weeks? I hate asking for help. I push myself too fast, too far. And you can watch cooking shows 24/7 on cable. And I can write on my laptop.
The weather here in St. Louis isn't helping. We had highs in the 70's yesterday and today we have freezing rain.
I'm planning a soup day with a good book as soon as I get my words in today. And although my house doesn't have a fireplace, I'll be imagining one like this to warm my toes....
Help me out here... What are you reading? I need to stock up my Kindle.