leadership, Ministry

I bite off more than I can chew.

This is why I began working out at the gym more regularly.

This is also why I became familiar with my newest self-revelation:

I bite off more than I can chew. All the time.

My little sister and closest friends point it out in me constantly: I “YOLO” and jump feet-first into tasks, without evaluating whether I can really do it or not.

I have a lot of energy, as I blogged about on Wednesday. This can be an incredibly good thing! It is also one of my worst enemies.

I was on the step-climber at the gym. I was going-going-going. But I got tired, really tired. I looked at the time and saw I had only been on like 5 minutes. And I was going so fast, that I almost fell off the thing.

Yep, basically a metaphor for most of life.

What about you? Do you find yourself going so fast, that you almost drop the entire thing and end up doing more damage? What do you do to find a balance?

I am learning to balance life. I do this a few ways, and you can look for those posts next week :)

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