Lately I’ve been engrossing in a steady stream of thinking.  Thinking about things my young daughter and I should do when we’re together.  Thinking about writing more.  Thinking about going places.  And while planning and thinking have their place, there comes a point, usually long before I do it, where the thinking needs to stop and action needs to take place.

The funny thing about the “thinking” trap is that you never really feel good about just having thought about something.  You feel good when you do something.  It’s like exercising or eating right: hard to master but well worth the end reward.

So writing this blog post is the first of many things on my “thinking about” list.  As soon as I hit publish, I’ll cross it off and go onto the next thing.  I have a plan to cross a bunch of stuff off my to-do list so I can look back to a weekend full of satisfaction and promise.

What are you going to do today?

-Deborah Fike

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