It’s Wednesday, December 17, the middle of the day in the middle of this very busy week. I decided to stop and check in with the “to-do” list I made Monday after my last post. I made a list of what I was hoping to accomplish each day this week. I’ve gone a bit out of order, and not surprisingly I am behind, but that is OK. A few other things came up that needed attention. Yesterday especially, I am glad I allowed myself to veer from the list. Because it involved doing something to help a friend. And she truly appreciated it. It reminded me of the best advice I heard this year, and I am not sure where I even heard it the first time. The Bubble Hour perhaps? Belle? Or perhaps I read it in another blog too? I know I have heard it a few times; and now I repeat it to myself a lot. I can’t believe I never wrote about it here. The advice: “Do the next right thing.” It’s just so perfect. When you are a list-person, a people-person, a wanting-to-be-perfect person, a wanting-to-be-there-for-others person, like me, it is perfect. It works when I do something good. What’s next? Do the next right thing. It works when I veer from my to-do list. What’s next? Do the next right thing. It works when I make a mistake or have a regret. What’s next? Do the next right thing. So as I was between “things”, I thought about this advice again. And then I also thought, “Gosh that would be a good blog post.” And it would be a shorter and more straightforward post than most of my blog posts! So here it is. Writing this post was the next right thing. What’s next?