May 11, 2010
My friends have never cease to amaze me. And my mom is someone who I cannot live without. I had never thought I'd struggle in such a short time, financial restrictions, school, trying to manage few jobs and making time for my mom and my friends.
I've been spreading myself thin that I have to stop myself and made some adjustments. It's a relief, really, to be able to make some adjustments after I forget to believe in that everything I do is abundance.
Starting yesterday, I've decided to post 365 profile pictures at facebook each day. It's already a little bit challenge but I'm enjoying it so far. My next task is to keep myself committed to it.
spread (yourself/itself too) thin
1. to try to do too many different things at the same time Max has spread himself thin and needs to focus on just a couple of his best ideas. The company has expanded into many different areas and has probably spread itself too thin.
2. to not have enough people or equipment to do a job well The police are spread thin and cannot provide enough protection.
See also: spread, thin
---Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2006. Reproduced with permission.