No One Puts Anything On Your Calendar


No One Puts Anything On Your Calendar

October 26, 2022

It’s a hard truth to swallow but no one puts anything on your calendar. You’ve chosen all of it. And even if you’re choosing it because you don’t want to step into the conflict that would come up if you said no to an event, it’s still your choice to do it.

In this episode, Sterling explains why your brain says yes to all the things and how to determine if things should stay on your calendar or not.



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Welcome to the Made for Greatness podcast. I’m your host, Sterling Jaquith, and today we’re talking about your calendar, my friend. Now immediately we bucketed out into two groups. Half of you, maybe not half. I have no idea what the numbers are. One group was like, What? I don’t even have a calendar. I’m not doing that. I have little kids, I’m drowning. I bought a beautiful blessed Isy planner and I’m not using it right? Camp number one, camp number two has a calendar, and is using it. But you still feel a sinking feeling in your stomach when you think about it. Like, Ooh, a calendar situation. I don’t know exactly why. Maybe it’s overbooked, maybe it’s not booked. Maybe you’re not honoring your calendar, but generally moms are either doing the calendar thing or not. Rarely do I meet a mom though, who’s like, Yep, doing the calendar thing, everything is great.


Lorissa Horn & Sterling Jaquith

Sterling and Lorissa are very different moms. Lorissa lives in town, her family loves playing baseball, and she’s proud to send them to Catholic school. Sterling lives in the country, her family loves camping, and she unschools the kids.

The thing these women have in common, an unyielding devotion to Christ. Seriously, if you hang out with either of them, they’re gonna talk about Jesus, a lot. He’s the center of their life.


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