Taking options off of the table

platesI think that when I turned 40 I developed a much more intense focus about my life. As a result of that, I am finding myself looking at the things I need to take away from my life because they no longer serve a useful purpose, or they are hindering more useful purposes. Either way, they have to go. While this is energizing and freeing, some days (like today) I feel like I still have far too many plates twirling in the air.

Taking options off of the table

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