I won’t lie between being a mother, a blogger running 3 sites and everything else I do in between, it’s hard to keep everything in order! I’ve found that I’m always looking for ways to stay organized and make sure I don’t miss a deadline. One thing I never leave home without is my phone, my phone is what keeps the pieces of my life together!
It’s so funny, my grandmother always gets on me for always being on my phone. I try to explain to her about how important my phone is to my life but she’s not trying to hear it! This past Sunday, I was rushing to church when I realized I had left home without my cellphone. I literally wanted to drive all the way home as I wasn’t sure how I would survive life for 3 hours without my precious smartphone! Needless to say as of this post, I’m still alive but my mind kept going back to what all I could possibly be missing without my baby! I’ve vowed to never let that happen to me again! Some of you guys might not understand my deep attachment either but you see my life revolves around my phone, I use so many different apps to keep my life going. I use the calendar to remind me of deadlines and appointments, I use my memo app to write down those genius ideas I have and I won’t even tell you how many social media apps I use to keep up with my readers. So you see for me my phone is like my personal assistant and when she is with me I know that I am free and can leave all my worries behind!
So tell me, how do you leave your everyday worries behind?
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