Back on track

For several years, I have kept a daily record of what I do.

It’s a discipline that helps me in several ways. First, it’s practical. When I’m planning a recurring event, I look back at what I observed the last time the event was help. I keep track of numbers, phone calls, conversations and even weather events.

The practice also keeps me accountable. I’ve decided there are certain things I need to spend my time doing. Writing them down encourages me to keep doing those things.

I have to confess, though. Since the end of March, I haven’t done well with my daily record. I could blame the pandemic. It certainly changed my schedule. The kinds of things I did changed, too.

Still, that’s not a good excuse.

So, I’m getting back on track. It’s a simple thing I can do to keep focused on what I think is important for me to do.

What about you? What effect has the pandemic had on what you would normally do? Do you need to get back on track with something?

Stay blessed…john

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