After dropping my kids off at school one morning, a thought occurred to me: you’re never in too deep.
If it was too deep, you’d be drowning. And realistically, most of us aren’t literally drowning. We may feel like it, but, let’s face it: we can be pretty good at drama.
And since we’re talking about life, and not actual drowning, let’s call spades, spades. No one is going to drown from email. No one is going to die from a crazy day, saturated with interruptions, and riddled with chaos and disorganization and overcommitment. People die from being stressed, sure, but the odds of you keeling over after shaking your head at your calendar and inbox are pretty slim.
I don’t want to trivialize the circumstances and frustrations that feel so very real, but here’s the truth: there’s always a way out.