Sometimes Safe Mode is necessary. Sometimes it’s the right call.
Sometimes it’s ok to shift to Safe Mode, to only attend to the essential things that require immediate attention.
Safe Mode allows us to narrow focus.
Safe Mode strips away the extra, the “bells and whistles”, the things that might slow us down, knock us off course, inhibit rather than enhance.
Safe Mode. Sometimes it’s ok. To start the week; to continue the day, the week. To keep going, to be productive, to get it done, sometimes you need Safe Mode.
It’s ok. Let it be. Then get it done. Monday. Any day. Safe Mode.