Ok friends, I’ve been posting and you’ve been kind enough to read my writings for five years. As I read back through all the different posts some are more my favorites than others. Below is a list of some that stand out to me (in no particular order). Let me know what you think. Or go through the archives and pick your own favorite. I’d love to hear which one you liked.
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Everybody’s busy – this seems to be the thing to say when an invitation is declined instead of saying “I’m sorry you can’t attend”. While it is easy to get caught up in all the opportunities life offers today; it’s also easy to waste a lot of time with cable tv, mobile device games, and other internet surfing.
People are as busy as they want to be. There are times when work and personal activities collide and a little hustle is required. The hours of the day are full. This hustle doesn’t last forever.
Adults can take control of their time to fulfill their responsibilities such as work and family. If life becomes too hassled and full, it may be time to re-evaluate the “time-suckers”. Do they fall within personal priorities?
If someone declines your invitation, it may not mean they are too busy, it simply means that event is at the same time as something else that day.