Prioritize the Meaningful

I just logged off of work, to come over here, and finish this post. This is my happy place, but I tend to make work my first priority. I’m Finding That Balance, to prioritize the meaningful.

Going through my archived posts, was one of the best things I’ve ever done. A year ago, I deleted photos from media to free up memory. That worked, but it also left broken links in the published posts. My God knew that would bother me just enough to have to go in and fix it.

I started at the beginning, (2014) and read almost 500 posts.

At first it seemed overwhelming, and a lot of work, but at the end of 2018, I was pleased with what’s here. In 2017, I caught the first glimpse of the voice I have today, but it took another year to relax into it. I didn’t have to read many posts from last year or this year, because I found my voice, and am using it.


I saw how many times I almost quit Blogging.

I saw the struggles I’ve had with social media.

I saw so many moments within those archives, but I also saw gradual growth by prioritizing the meaningful.

Other Blogger’s posts I had shared were no longer active. Even if I decided not to Blog anymore, I’d leave this site here. The 30 day challenge took on a whole new meaning while reading 30 straight posts. Won’t do that again. 🙂

On another note, I’m two weeks into the self trust cultivator, and will stick with it two more weeks, and reassess after 30 days. I already see myself no longer putting things off for a more convenient time, or tomorrow.

My plate of life has open space which is new. As I ponder refilling it, it’s time to prioritize the meaningful.


4 thoughts on “Prioritize the Meaningful

  1. I think looking back, at witnessing our evolution is the thing to do these days. I’m taking the journey with pictures, finally organizing my favorites into photo books. Prioritizing and preserving the meaningful, before it’s lost. 💕

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  2. Enjoyed reading your post and giving me food for thought I have been contemplating archiving or deleting some old posts too. Removing ones which really are not looked at and time to reshape. Like you I have grown and changed in my ways and thinking. Have a Blessed Day

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    1. I’m glad you enjoyed it Nanette. Yes, I removed some that were repetitive topics. You know how I get on a roll and want to talk about a similar subject just a little while longer. 🙂 I highly recommend it! It spent about one month on it, because there was no rush. Thank you my friend. Many blessings.

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