"10 minutes to the tease!"
I scramble to finish editing. One video has yet to be downloaded by my producer, another story isn't written and my nerves are a wreck. Welcome to the news station, where time is of the essence and every second counts.
"3 minutes to the tease!"
The director shouts this over the intercom and I have to leave my desk now, time to set up. I leave as one video is exporting and hoping the other gets downloaded in the next 3 minutes. I know that as soon as the live teases are done, it'll be time for all to get in their places -- which lands me in the studio running the teleprompter.
I wish I had more time. Not just here in the news room; I wish I had more time in life. More time to rest, read, fellowship with friends -- to actually see my roommates. I want more.
We all know it's impossible to get more time, that phenomenon has to be invented. But what if I stopped wishing for more time and enjoyed the time I have now? What if I managed my time better so as to breathe life in as it comes?
Would I be more content with my life if I stopped wishing for something different? Could I enjoy today if I stopped reliving yesterday?
I recently posted about mid- year resolutions and how to finish this year's resolutions well. I think I want to add this to my list of resolutions. I want to do more things in life that inspire me, things that fill me with joy, things I want to do.
Things that I enjoy doing:
What about you? What brings you joy?
twenty-something, daughter, sister, friend, follower of Christ, lover of all things media. welcome to the journey girl trying to find her place