Shortcut: Quit

Despite the adage "A quitter never wins and a winner never quits" I am quitting this 31 day campaign.  Quitting is very tough for me to do.  But a family member who is ill needs more attention, and it trumps this blogging campaign and many other things.

This blogging campaign resides in the top two levels of Maslow's heirachy of needs and reality of life is somewhere in the bottom three right now.  Therefore I quit this campaign (but not the blog).   Peace.  

There are lots of good campaigns out there.  Take a gander here.


Anonymous said...

Good for you! I hate quitting things, too, so I understand the struggle. I pray your family member heals soon and benefits from your attention.

Megan Schetsche said...

You are allowed to quit. When we start out on a journey, we can never foresee what is going to happen along the way. Having your priorities right and being adaptable makes you a winner. Hope your family situation improves quickly.

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden