We actually had warm, sunny weather in Minnesota yesterday - amazing! That's the good news.
The less good news is that we had a humongous tree limb come down during a storm that preceded the nice weather.
The additional good news is that a friend who loves using his chainsaw came over and, in just a few hours, cut the limb into fireplace-sized pieces. (Thank you, Mark!)
I threw myself (okay, my husband dragged me) into the clean-up work of schlepping logs off the lawn, then raking up the smaller chunks of wood that were still large enough to make the lawn mower very unhappy. We were working fast to beat the rain (which we did), and the yard looks great. Unfortunately, I'm walking around kind of like Frankenstein - just a bit on the stiff side.
It's all too easy to over-do when we throw ourselves into our businesses, too. We commit to projects that aren't in our best long-term interests, we focus so much on new clients that we fail to nurture our current ones, and we tell ourselves we'll "get around" to paying attention to our mental and physical health.
I hope the following Nuggets move you toward a dynamic equilibrium that's healthier for you, your business, and your bank account.