I think I may have talked about this before, but it still applies. I seem to always be busy, no matter how much I try and stay organised and free up time, something else comes along and fills the time gaps I have. I now realise my understanding of tomorrow has been inaccurate all these years. This is the revised and corrected definition of tomorrow:

Tomorrow [tuhmawr-oh] (n): the magical land where everything gets done

I love tomorrow; shame I haven’t been able to find it. Do you struggle with today versus tomorrow?

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8 comments on “Tomorrow

  1. Hah! So true. I used to live in Tomorrowland exclusively but am getting better at staying in Today. Today is where I choose to do what I want to do. If I wait for Tomorrow, it never comes and it never happens.

    • If I had more time in today I wouldn’t have to leave some things for tomorrow – but I’m working on it!

  2. Love that definition, AJ.

  3. So many responsibilities, so little time.

  4. Tomorrow does seem to be magical! My tomorrow always has more hours than any other day, which of course will contribute to me getting more than the usual amount of things checked off the to-do list.

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