I.am.exhausted. + week(s) reflection

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What can the redwoods tell us about ourselves? Well, I think they can tell us something about human time. The flickering, transitory quality of human time and the brevity of human life — the necessity to love. ~Richard Preston

Me on March 1: Phew, this month is going to be crazy. Before I know it, it’s going to be April.

Me on March 31: Yep.

I knew March was going to be a whirlwind by the looks of my calendar, but I significantly underestimated the level of exhaustion I would feel on its final day. A weekend in the mountains, three full days of team meetings (followed by team dinners), a work trip to Phoenix and a family vacation in California were the primary norm disruptions — and would have been enough on their own to cause said exhaustion — but, just for good measure, I sprinkled in a few big presentations, meet-ups with friends, a concert, beer brewing, many wedding tasks, battling a cold and whatever else I’m forgetting. Oh, and a big promotion. So, yeah, that was March.

Needless to say, I’m really looking forward to all of the blank April days I currently see on my calendar. Now, to just stick to my guns in making sure those days stay free — especially in the wake of May and June, which are sure to bring even more craziness leading up to our big day. Is it July yet?

week in review
 what I’m readingArtemisSour Heart
read Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less The Princess Saves Herself in this One
lots of team bonding (work)
brunch with two of my favorites
many library visits
all-day digital workplace presentation (work)
resume updates + interviews
explored Sacramento
hiked + camped among the redwoods
accepted managing director position (eek!)
dinner + catching up with one of my besties
many phone chats with my nieces
enjoyed Lady Bird + Three Billboards
many phone chats with my nieces
many unsuccessful Hamiton lottery attempts
wrote + posted week(s) reflection

weekend happenings + intentions
much-needed hair appointment
March reflection + April goals
catch up around the house + run errands
read + relax + recharge
prepare for first day in new role
begin exploring Malcom Gladwell writing course

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