Finding focus

14 thoughts on “Finding focus”

  1. Hey, Andrea. I love your blog, probably because I can totally relate. My mind, too, flutters about in a1000 different directions and you make me feel like I’m not alone. Plus, I simply love your writing and how you express yourself so naturally. I wouldn’t lock into one thing just because you think you should. Maybe one day some “one thing” will speak to you. Until then, I say follow that butterfly wherever it goes and share the journey with the rest of us!

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  2. Well first of all, let me say that your first blog on housekeeping was not boring at all! IT WAS REALLY EXHAUSTING THOUGH! HAHA!! I felt like I needed a nap after i read it!😉 You are a busy Mama! ….OKAY..I like your flittering butterfly mind. All the different topics. It’s always a fun surprise to read your new posts. I feel like I can relate to the things you blog about – almost always! I also have a mind that is all over the place and as a “butterfly minded” person just like you, I think you would unhappy and bored by limiting yourself. BUT….A housekeeping blog would be fun to read and appeal to me as a stay at home Mom! I’d read it! SO if you have time, go for it…there’d surely be no shortage of readers! Honestly, I think you could write ANYTHING……….and I’m SO with you on this gloomy weather…ALL WEEK. Dark, foggy, rainy. It’s stealing my focus from me and making me want to be very lazy and UNMOTIVATED.

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    1. You hit the nail on the head – “I think you would unhappy and bored by limiting yourself.” I love all you butterfly-minded people coming out and telling it like it is. I think you’re absolutely right. The day after I wrote this post, I was already over the thought of a housekeeping blog. No thanks.

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  3. I prefer randomness. I like hearing about your family and simple thoughts about the day. I do enjoy reading about housekeeping – mostly because I wish I had time to do what you are doing. I also think it is a dying art form that should be discussed and taught to our kids. But overall, I just think you should write about what is on your mind – no form what-so-ever. Most of the time, everyone else is as “fluttering” as you are.

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    1. “I also think it is a dying art form that should be discussed and taught to our kids.” Exactly! I couldn’t agree more. But I am grateful that you can relate to and enjoy the randomness, because it is what I’m most comfortable with. I’m not sure I’m the one to revive the art of housekeeping.

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  4. I struggle too, thinking I need a focus even though I know I loose interest in too much of any ONE thing in writing. I say keep it relative to whatever moment or thought you’re having. I enjoy your blog because I relate to it – if it were too focused on one thing, I wouldn’t enjoy it so much.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, and I am encouraged that you can relate to the randomness. I wanted to have a look at your blog, but the link above just takes me to your Gravatar. Do you have a link for us?

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  5. I’ll enjoy reading whatever you write, and if you do a housekeeping blog, I’d follow along, but I think you could also just post that stuff here as it suits you, interspersed with whatever else is going on! I liked your first housekeeping post, and I loved your one the other day about your kids’ reaction to “throwing like a girl”. I love the mix!

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    1. Thanks, Elle:-) I’m relieved that so many of you feel the same way – that there is fun in the surprise of what each post will be about. I guess that relief should tell me my answer, huh? Blurry and unfocused it is!

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