Juggling into Sanity

Hello and WELCOME to my new blog!


Do you juggle?  No, really?  I do, it is a hobby that keeps me sane and keeps my kids entertained!


Live is one big juggle, isn’t it?  Family, friends, work, home, and now… the ever-demanding HOLIDAYS!


So, I’ve started this blog as a way to share some of the Divine wisdom that has kept me going strong, as a single and professional mom of 5.


For today, I must say that one of the biggest break-throughs for me is that I do not have to FINISH what I START, well, at least in 1 day (or 1 week, 1 month, etc.).  In other words, it helps so much to actually break things down in increments instead of putting all that pressure to only start something when I can find the time (where oh where is that time?!) to finish it!


Does this resonate with you, too?


Do share your wisdom here, as well!


Hugs to you,


Wendy Sue


  1. Heather
    Heather says:

    Lovely Blog Wendy Sue! I do resonate with that. I used to have the mindset if I said I wanted to read a book and I started it that I had to finish it, sometimes I just wasn’t feeling the book. I finally had to give myself permission to let it go. That is true with several things in my life, I just have to be mindful of the reasons I am not finishing something is it because I am being fearful or unmotivated or… Also I belive there are times where we have gotten what we needed out of that goal, book, project etc.. and that is what we were supposed to get no need to force the completion.

  2. Wendy Sue Noah
    Wendy Sue Noah says:

    Thank you, Heather!

    It’s interesting, as to what we want to do and what we need to do…

    If I’m reading a book that does not grab me, then, yes, I will put it down, donate it or pass it on!

    Then there is the book that I NEED to read that will help propel me professionally or spiritually.

    In that case, if it is long and long-winded (like a book that I am reading now, though quite fascinating), then I just break it down in small increments of FREE time, like 5 or 10 minutes during the day, or week (depending on how busy busy I am).

    This allows me the feeling of accomplishment and actually moving forward instead of procrastination or making believe the dog ate my book (well, I’d need to get a dog first for that one!).


    Hugs and love to you,

    Wendy Sue