Today I am thankful for my inbox. How sad would it be if I didn’t have anything that needed to be done and if no one else needed me to do something for them? When I got my first job, I would be completely stressed out because I wanted my inbox to be empty. There would be days that I’d see the bottom of the inbox and I would be giddy. That lasted for only a couple minutes. Then one day, my boss pulled me aside and said to me, “Your inbox will never be empty, and there will always be something on your to-do list. It’s okay to have some things in your inbox and on your to-do list. You can only do one thing at a time. Just organize and prioritize and reevaluate.” It was valuable piece of advice. There are days when I think about everything that I need to accomplish, and I feel like I will never be able to make it all happen. And, you know what? I do make it happen. I just stop myself. Take that deep breath. Then I organize and prioritize and reevaluate. One task at a time, one day at a time, one week at a time. It is good to busy. It means I have a full life.