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TOPIC: Low mile kz1300 where to start

Low mile kz1300 where to start 4 weeks 22 hours ago #24259

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The picture is priceless. Kudos to you for keeping your priorities straight. The girls are far more important than the bike. All things will come in time. That being said, nothing wrong with declaring 1 hour a day for "me time". I've sacrificed a lot for the betterment of others and not taken "me time" and I have regrets. You need to self fulfill as well. You just have to make it work.
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Low mile kz1300 where to start 4 weeks 19 hours ago #24260

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Kawboy wrote: The girls are far more important than the bike. All things will come in time. That being said, nothing wrong with declaring 1 hour a day for "me time". I've sacrificed a lot for the betterment of others and not taken "me time" and I have regrets. You need to self fulfill as well. You just have to make it work.


Work/family/self is always a balancing act. I had plenty of me time before the girls. It's tough for me to have regrets when they are so amazing. Even cranky and bickering they crack me up.

I hope you managed to get a good balance yourself.
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