Today’s Perfect Moment is an easy one.
I didn’t sleep well and was tired and dragging all day. I knew I wasn’t going to accomplish as many things as I set out to do. I wrote my to do list for the day and knew I had to eliminate some things–or move them to another day of the week. However, I didn’t want a day where I just slacked off. I didn’t want to get to the end of the day with nothing in the win column.
I had tasks to do, so I did them. I got things done, but also took some time to relax and not get angry at myself for not accomplishing everything. In the past, I would really beat myself up over stuff like that. Today was different. Today I understood the value of taking a break, but not just letting everything go. I am still accountable, but I am not self-loathing.
I accomplished a number of tasks, enjoyed my meal, watched the College Football championship, and got to bed at a reasonable time.
All in all, it was pretty easy to choose Today’s Perfect Moment.