It’s time to meet my inner Organizer.
I need her now, to stand in her full light, full abilities and efficiency.
There are tasks that must be immediately addressed. Oh, Inner Organizer, appear!
I’m not joking. This is serious. Just look at this list of items that are carouselling in my head.
Task One for Teaching Puppetry for Excellence to pupils aged 9-12
Break down the steps of puppet building in order to create a series of visuals. This needs to be ready by October 12th.
Make a list of all the supplies required to teach 60 pupils in 3 puppet workshops. By Monday!
Decide which items can be donated from my own supplies. This would be good: an act of de-cluttering while offering generousity and compassion.
Task Two for Teaching Mindfulness, the Language of Attentiveness to 8th Graders
Organize the Mindfulness classes into pleasant cue-cards for easy reference.
Potential further task: Home Check:
Would be nice category: What needs doing in the house – decorating, rearranging, acquiring, repairing. Prioritize and make a list
I know it’s time to call in the Organizer
For her everything is basic logistics. She takes the necessary facts and arranges them nicely into viable and comprehensible steps in order to arrive at a desired result.
The Organizer is so very skilled that she attracts energy and light and makes everything line up into clearly doable chunks.
She brings relaxation to fight or flight jitters. Calm replaces chaos.
Who wouldn’t love working with her?
It’s time for a visual as I call her forth.
I call upon my inner Sandy Maynard: Life Coach extraordinaire.
With her, any task is as simple as eating delicious grapes. Buy them, wash them, put them in a bowl and start in. One two three and you’ve got yourself step four! Yes!
So, awake, ye Inner Sandy! Comb hair. Brush teeth. Wear a clean shirt. Fold arms and smile.
Let’s get started!
(what? first coffee? Okay. Deal!)