In which I share some poetry and haiku that moved through me this Eastertide/midsummer season.
We’ve come to the end of prompts inspired by Five Minutes in the Morning. Now you can go back to getting those extra 5 minutes of beauty sleep. Or not…
This post from Five Minutes in the Morning isn’t about giving up. It’s about knowing when to move on.
If we’re juggling too much, it’s only a matter of time before we drop something
Not to be confused with your aunt that comes to visit each month
This week, we finish out the prompts inspired by Five Minutes in the Morning, and today’s post is all about habits (but not the kinds nuns wear).
If you’ve been struggling to find five minutes in the morning to do the prompts from Five Minutes in the Morning, try getting up a wee bit earlier
I was going to write an excerpt here, but I got distracted…
What can you ask for, today?
Today we’ll look at how to give ourselves more time by doling out our tasks.