Work. Water. Words.

by | Jul 15, 2021 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

I have a new motto: WORK. WATER. WORDS. That about describes my goals for each day. The order is not to my first choice but it is my life at the moment and it makes sense.

Since I have a full-time paid job teaching French and Spanish online, WORK must take priority. I love my job from my home. As the picture shows, I work with the Tour de France on TV and my dog keeps me company. I love it!

As I work and play and write, I drink WATER which is part of my daily routine. The motto reminds me to do that as I stop often to get some steps in to reach another goal. I love summer and the outdoors where I walk my dog and work too.

Then, WORDS! This one I would love to put first, but for now my writing is my afternoon project. I’ve been successful trying to write every day. This month I’m participating in the NaNoWriMo. It’s like a camp for writers. My goal is 30,000 new words. As of today, I’m at 16,700 words—I’ve completed a short story and started a new novel.

If you have a motto for the summer or of life, please share.  

2 Comments

  1. Katie Gray

    So fun to see a glimpse into your daily life and routine!!! You stay so busy!!!

    I guess my motto would be Toddler. Time away. Thankful.

    This motto is in order as my toddler takes first place in everything we plan, because it takes time and effort to keep him entertained. I try to get about an hour alone each day also. And I remind myself to be thankful for my family, abilities, job, and the summer!

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    • margueriteg2016

      I love it! Mottos are awesome and they do change.

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