Tuesday, September 8, 2015
No one is perfect.
Nobody can be in two (or three... or four) places at the same time but I wish I could... because time (or lack thereof) has been a huge challenge for me lately.
I struggle to finish everything I set out to do for the day. I work during the day as much as I can between family, shop and more family and at night as much as my energy allows. But if I were really really honest with myself..., I know that I am lucky if I can accomplish 20% of things on my list on any particular day.
Do I feel frustrated sometimes? Sure. Do I wish I had more time to get everything done? Yes definitely. Will I ever regret spending time with my girls in the way that feels meaningful to us even though it means Baum-kuchen moves slower? Absolutely not.
Life brings a lot of choices to make everyday and it can be confusing sometimes. But to me... when it comes to our kids and time with them..., there should be no regretting. There is no going backward in time.
Why this post today? Because I came across this quote a while ago and have it written on my journal.
"There is no need to be perfect to inspire others. Let people get inspired by how you deal with your imperfection."
No one is perfect and that's a beauty.