Checking in With the Sisters – At The End Of My Rope

by Lolli

You know when the title of a blog post jumps out at you and screams “READ ME!”? This was one of those titles.

As a mother, a wife, a cook, a driver, a teacher, a blogger, a photographer (etc!) I often feel like I’m being pulled in a million directions, just like Amy in her 5 Minutes for Faith article this week:

At The End Of My Rope

 

 

As a wife, mother, daughter, friend, speaker, writer, Bible study teacher, school volunteer, (the list could go on) I sometimes feel pulled in a thousand different directions. I have responsibilities in each of these areas and it’s often difficult to juggle them all. There are days I find myself paralyzed, not sure which item to tackle first on my never-ending list of things to do. I feel like I’m hanging on the end of my rope. Can any of you relate?

It is during these times of feeling overwhelmed and paralyzed, that I sometimes slip into the trap of negative self-talk. I mentally “beat myself up.” Thoughts like “If I just had more self discipline, then I could get everything done. Am I even called to speak or to write in the first place? Will anything I say or write make a difference anyway? Am I the best person for this? Surely there is someone better qualified than me…..

Finish reading this post….

 

Recap written by 5 Minutes for Mom managing editor, Lolli. You can find me blogging at Better in Bulk, pinning on Pinterest, and tweeting at @1momof5.



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Lolli is a busy mother of five kids, ranging in age from 8 to 16, photographer, and author of Better in Bulk. Her blog has a little bit of everything – parenting, life in a large family and photography with a central tie-in: Bringing moms together to learn, connect, and enjoy life. Connect with Lolli on Twitter (@1momof5) and on Facebook.

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