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It’s been a busy, busy time over here the last few weeks and I’m really thankful! We’re currently working on a cool (and very different from the norm!) photo shoot with Brittni while she’s in town to teach the DIY workshop with us this weekend, plus we’re attempting to keep up with all of our regular DIY duties without skipping a beat. It’s been fun, tiring, full of ridiculous one-liners, and exhausting all at once.
In some ways I wouldn’t want it any other way, but I’m also trying to stay accountable to myself to not over commit and end up spreading myself WAY too thin. It’s a terrible habit that I’ve gotten more used to than I should, and it can’t be a healthy thing when you start to forget what days without work are like, right? So, I’m curious to see if you all have any pro tips on how you learned when to say no to things, or eventually were able to gage when you were at your limit before you felt all over the place!
I definitely think there is a difference between having a busy, booming season in life or your career, and consistently agreeing to too many things and putting yourself in a tight place, so don’t get me wrong. I’m just notorious for wanting to take every opportunity instead of picking and choosing more strategically to do what I can do do even better.
Anyways, feel free to give me the run down on your experiences with this, and in the meantime, you can watch me run a DIY, photo shoot, workshop, visitors in town marathon this week over on Instagram! I hope you guys packed snacks, it’s going to be a long one!