Of all the things that she has shared, the simple phrase from her that has stuck the most with me through the years, is her advice to "do the next thing". I hope you will be as blessed today to hear this, as I have been! She told us, on the radio, to "do the next thing". That means, don't get caught up with the worry and concern of the ten or twenty things that are on your list, and causing you to not really get one thing done well.
So, there are dishes in the sink, laundry to do, a friend is calling, the kids are hungry for breakfast, baby has a dirty diaper, your husband needs you to contact so-in-so sometime this morning for a work-related question, the bathroom towel rod fell of the wall yesterday and still needs to be repaired... come on, you certainly can't do all that at once! But do the next thing! Prioritize. Change the diaper. Feed the children. Wash the dishes (or load the dishwasher). Clean the children's faces and send them to their bedrooms to play while you make the phone call for your hubby. Etc. etc. You get the idea! Interruptions may come, but that's to be expected --- that might even be the next thing in that moment. By the end of the day, you just might have a list --- short or long --- that was accomplished. Now you can thank God for this, and you will be a more contented woman! A major key here is: don't be upset about what didn't get done yet. Be thankful for what did get done.
Now that your computer break is over, do the next thing. (P.S. That doesn't mean "check facebook") :)