I’ve been on sabbatical from my teaching job since January, but it officially ended with graduation on May 8th. Even though I’m not teaching this summer, I’ve spent the past few days grieving the loss and worrying about all the things I didn’t get done.
Yesterday, I happened upon the list of projects I made at the beginning of the sabbatical. My entrepreneurial self was going to write a book, create a membership site, attract 10 people to my health & wellness business, and start a master mind group.
My inner Renaissance Girl was going to learn Spanish, take Nia and Zumba classes, complete yoga teacher training, make a quilt, walk a half-marathon, and ride a century.
Not to mention that my academic goal was to write and publish three law review articles.
I have always been very disciplined, so I set up a rigorous schedule for myself. Starting at 6 a.m. every morning, I had every minute and every hour of every day strictly accounted for. Continue reading