Like microwaving ice cream...
When my second son was little, he liked the idea of ice cream but it was too cold for him, so he’d always ask if we could warm it up in the microwave.
Well, no. Not really. Because even though he liked milk, he didn’t like melted ice cream.
Planning without intention makes about as much sense as warming up ice cream but expecting it to still be ice cream. Going into each new season brings with it a new set of challenges and ideas. We have a lot of self-talk rattling around in our brains and sometimes it can be hard to filter. But pay attention to what sounds important to you.
Things that have the word “should” and/or “need” in them are usually the wistful ideas behind intent. Such as…
“I should eat out less”
“I need to stop throwing out so much food”
“I should really start a budget”
Identify your intent and be clear on what you want to do. That’s the first step on getting into a new season. Come on over to Facebook and join our discussion there or drop me a line here if you know you’re ready to move beyond intent and into action.
11/22/2022 01:52:53 am
The thighs are dark meat, which take longer to cook than white meat, such as the breasts.
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