Daily Integrity or How I Have a Gr-r-reat Day
This past spring I started a new position at a new company. I was shifting from my primary, albeit temporary, role of homemaker to working outside the home. I found that I was busy all day long while home and could fill my time quite productively.
When I transitioned back to the workforce, there were days our home life suffered greatly and other days where it simply excelled. I couldn’t figure out what was the difference until there were several great days in a row. Finally, I wrote down all the things that happened or I got done that I credited to it being a great day. What do you know, those things were the same as the previous several days.
When I wrote these all out, it seemed that getting these bare minimum tasks completed helped the day go smoother and kept our house in line.