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Last week, I realized I had bit off more than I could chew.

I had put one (probably more than that) too many things on my plate and had to let one go.

I looked up and realized that there was one “urgent” obligation that was completely voluntary, optional, and not important.

It reminded me that I need to step back and assess things every now and then.

By dropping that task and staying closer to the II quadrant, I was able to gain a bit of sanity back, and spend a little bit more quality time with my daughter.

She rode a pony, and I might have missed it otherwise.

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