#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

One of Those Days

Surely you’ve had them.
The sky is a bit overcast, and your energy is running a little low.
You know nothing spectacular is going to happen, but you’ve still got responsibilities to fulfill.
This is one of those days for me.
I’ve decided to let that be okay.
No great expectations.
No huge efforts.
Today, I’m just going to be grateful that it’s okay to be a slacker once in a while!

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