Charlie Bear here with a question for you.
What happens when you are…..
juggling lots of things at one time? That’s my Mom Peep’s problem. And sometimes, mine too.
There’s walking me (the resident dog, lol), housework, laundry, groceries, meals, sleep, work. For me, I have to eat, play with my turtle, or maybe the green banana, or even the squeaky frog. Then there’s my daily nap, or do I run around the yard for a while? And what about a walk with Dad? So many balls in the air!
How do we figure out what to do and what not to do? Will my turtle feel lonely if I don’t play with him? What if Mom Peep drops a ball and it smashes and cracks?
Mom Peep is a pretty good juggler, but I tell her that sometimes she has to let go of some balls. If she has a deadline then she has to have only that one ball in the air at that time. And the priority ball changes, doesn’t it? What can be most important one week becomes less important when the deadline is met.
I feel that way about my toys. Some can wait to be played with, and some need my mouthy attention right away.
How do YOU prioritize? What’s your juggling secret?
Wiggles and Woofs,