They're actually kind of big in terms of impact to the scheme of things.
First of all, I downsized my company. I let go of about 1/3 of everything (employees, contracts etc.) and am now focusing my efforts geographically in a more efficient area. I will be working more strategically now. I've been doing this for 2 weeks so far, and I am a new person. I feel amazing! I wish I'd done it earlier but I learned some valuable lessons about priorities. This was an extremely difficult decision to make and if it weren't for the Lord, I wouldn't have been able to do it - decide or implement the changes. It was frightening even if the money is the same. Here...on the other side of the decision, I can see how much I was guided and protected and I'm so grateful.
The last thing is that joined our stake orchestra. I haven't played my flute in years, like 15 of them. I believe I played at my grandpa's funeral in 1996 but since then haven't done much besides pick it up now and then and blow into it. It was in rough shape when I pulled it out of the case but had it repaired and it's good to go. I'm amazed at how much I suck! But, I'm also amazed at how quickly it's coming back to me and how good it feels to be playing in an orchestra again. I've spent many years sitting in an orchestra and it was so great to do it again; feel part of that group. And I actually have time to practice...daily even! My fluting muscles (hehe) are not in shape and I'm having a great time working them out :) Wanna see a funny picture? I think I was like 15 in this picture. Shortly after I decided I was too cool to do this anymore and have always regretted that decision but that's hindsight.