"Stress is when your gut says "NO" but your mouth says, "Of course I will"
I believe I am an achievement addict (not to be confused with a recognition addict). I get a thrill out of processing new ideas, executing new activities and seeing other grow and succeed. Metaphorically speaking I am the baker who loves to select and mix all the ingredients for the perfect tasting cookie.
My problem? Oftentimes I decide to double or quadruple the recipe and before long the dough transforms itself into a Watson Eating Cookie Monster. I give 120 percent of myself for 8 strong weeks....and then:
Chomp! Chomp! Chomp! ...
The villain I created comes searching for its next victim...I CRASH.
Someone once said, insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
As I am approaching my last semester of graduate school, I find myself searching for my baking hat. I've noticed myself dabbling in all the ingredients. I've even caught myself trying to make someone's cookies.
Then I found these great cooking coaches:
1-A Good ScriptureAnd I figure, all that matters is that I keep baking; the rest will sort itself out in the oven.
2-A Good Talk
3-A Good Song
4-A Good Movie
5-A Good Friend