Weekend Pause
April 18, 2021

Weekend Reading | The Full Helping

A couple months ago, I needed to ask for an extension on a big project. The person who gave me more time said the most compassionate thing. “You can only do what you can do,” she told me.

I’ve thought a lot about these words since. It was a relief to hear them, and I’m trying to say them to myself now and then.

So in that spirit—a weekend pause! I’ll be back in the groove next Sunday. And some food is coming your way this this week.

xo

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