How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. –Annie Dillard.
I’ve spent the last 72 hours in bed. Sick. Ugh! I wasted a significant amount of that time fretting over the things that weren’t getting done. Initially, I was too sick to read, write, or do much of anything and too irritable to be good company, but a letterpress card Martha S. sent to me last month helped me find value in being sick.
It will help you learn. It will help you heal. It will help you grow. It will help you better help others. It is the only way to become who you are meant to be.
The card and the accompanying booklet are the perfect journaling companions as I recuperate. The booklet has six panels which guide reflection on the past year–the good; the bad; career and work; change and growth; friendship and love; and summary.
What do you do when you’re trapped in bed?