Feeling Better because I Quit

You know, it’s just wrong to be mad all the time. It’s just not right to feel like you are living in a pressure cooker morning noon and night. Sometimes, you need to step back and look at the relative worth of your mental stability and decide that while you might indeed be ABLE to do it all, perhaps it would be best for you and everyone else you touch with your life if you didn’t. So, I am admitting I am not a superhero, and I’ll settle for being an everyday hero. I’ll walk away from some paid work, so I can do a better job at my free labor. And there will be laughter in my house once more.

Also, tomorrow I will write my to-do list.

3 thoughts on “Feeling Better because I Quit

  1. Oh yes, Mr. Fab. We used to laugh a lot around here, and then I decided to work myself to death. Remember how I laughed in Vegas? I used to be that same way at home. My family deserves that Cass, don’t you think?

    Well, minus the intoxicated bit, I mean.

  2. I know how you feel. Before March 07, before starting paid posts, I used to sit quietly in the sofa after dinner, watch some series or movies, I used to go to bed with the kids, fell asleep with them, now, I’m always wanting that they fall asleep so that I can blog.

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