Life places many demands on us.
Many of these demands are positive in nature. I am blessed to have a house that needs to be clean, three daughters to care for, the ability for my girls to play sports and be involved in various activities.
But these demands can be exhausting. And stuffed in the moments between the must-do's are distractions that take our time and our energy.
Some of us thrive on routine, but no two days are ever the same.
Some of us are more free-flowing in life, but still find ourselves drowning in the daily.
As I embark on a new season of life (more on this in days to come), I've given up on the idea of routine.
But I want to live my life and raise my children with excellence. I want to be purposeful in what I do.
I may not be able to establish a routine.
One of the definitions of the word "rhythm" is