Day 3622: Focus

I woke up wondering what the focus of today’s blog post might be and then I thought, why not focus on focus?

These days, I have many centers of interest and activity (including group therapy for patients and providers, parenting, friendships, home repair, self-care, social media, writing, the news, word games, my original songs, travel, and cats), which makes it difficult to focus.

Now, I’m going to focus on quotes about focus.

That’s my cue to focus on my images for today.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “focus”:

Now I’m going to turn the focus to you: what are your thought and feelings about focus?

Many people recommend that we focus on gratitude, so thanks to all who help me focus every day, including YOU!

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7 thoughts on “Day 3622: Focus

  1. Thank you for sharpening my view today, Ann.

  2. I feel that I’ve lost my focus, ironically, not by having too much to focus on but not having enough. I think, though, that the fix might be to try focusing on a few things. Joan seems to set a good example of how to focus.

  3. the first concert I ever went to was focus, singing their one hit, ‘hocus focus.’

  4. Pingback: Day 3623: My bad | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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