Spring is here but the nights are cool. Trying to set aside all the thoughts about to do lists. Rest now and tomorrow I will employ my #TinyTasks
strategy to work through and get some of those things done.
Tiny tasks are bight size steps that inch me towards completing bigger tasks.
Sometimes I write out the steps.
Other times the steps are clear but our head tends to jump to wanting to be able to do it start to finish or not face getting started.
You can do #TinyTasks
one at a time even with a rest inbetween or one today and one tomorrow towarda a particular goal.
What can you break down into #TinyTasks
to get started on today (or tomorrow)? Please share and get #TinyTasks
into the spoonie vocabulary and tool kit.
DM me your email address and I will add you to my Little Letters newsletter. (Book Discount code!!) 2nd image:So many of us with chronic illness are high achievers and very capable people. When chronic illness messes with this it gets so hard to recalibrate and approach tasks and goals in a new way.
Chipping away even a mimute at a time may be a helpful approach. Breaking things into #TinyTasks
that are manageable on more days rather than only good days. Being faced with work on X overall task, goal or project is bound to be overwhelming when simple tasks like showering take so much effort.
If you have a list of #TinyTasks
you can spend 1, 5 or 15 minutes inching forward instead of spending even longer with swirling thoughts around your head about where to start or if it's worth it for a few minutes. We can waste so much energy in a murky muddle when energy and brain power are low.
make sense to you? Is there something you are working on with this sort of approach already? Or is there something you now want to try with #TinyTasks
? I'd love to hear.
I use my #TinyTasks
method for working on my website and writing projects like finishing me new Get Creative ebook-Unlock Time and Energy so you can fit Creative Activities into Your Life (whatever your life looks like….).(link in bio) as well as baking, sewing and craft projects. I also use it around the house and for anything challenging to plan/deal with/work through.