It’s been a longie since my last Tip Day. I’m worried you’ll think I’ve run out of tips. To be honest, I’m a little worried myself.
So today, when a positive thought visited me, I wondered how I could put a worry spin on it. Then I remembered long-neglected Tip Day! (There are so many things to remember and unless I have a checklist just for remembering Tip Day, which I would have to remember to look at, I might again have a long delay.)
The tip is to extrapolate from a long-held diet tip of mine: Whether you have 10 ribs or 2 ribs, what you’ll remember is that you had ribs.
Oops, now I’m trying to retrieve the analogy I just had in mind. Oh, here it is . . . Say you’re worried about taking a long enough a vacation. Maybe you’re short on time or money. As weeks, months, years pass, though, you’ll remember you had that visit to Paris (or Atlantic City) rather than how much time you spent there.
Speaking of accepting less of something, with the holidays, I hope to be able to keep up my usual pace of posting, but if not, I figure you’ll be busy at home or in Atlantic City or elsewhere and will check in with Confessions of a Worrywart when you can or when you’re back at work where you’ll have more time. I wish you a worry-free new year!
Do you have any worry tips for the New Year? If so, I’d love to hear them.