In "The Best Yes", Lysa Terkeurst reminds us of the story of a wise woman from 2 Samuel. We don't know her name, but we KNOW she was sick of trouble. She didn't want violence in her city.
"A traitor named Sheba was hiding behind the city walls, so King David's fighting men were on the attack. There was no time to delay, get panicked, or react with anxiety. There was no time to call together the townspeople and have a committee meeting. There was no time to research or study...She had to trust that her knowledge, insight, and discernment were wise."
Basically, she went to the wall of the city, asked King David why he was there and when she found out, she literally said, "His head will be thrown to you from the wall." Then she went to the people of the town, filled them in and together they found the traitor, somebody beheaded him, threw it over the wall and that was that.
If you can watch Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings or for God's sake, the evening news, you can handle that story. The point of it, the reason why she is recorded in the Bible still today, was her wisdom. She found the shortest, most efficient way to get things done and she did it.
Where in your life are you taking the long way, for whining's sake? What needs to get done? Today.
P.S. Don't behead anyone, okay?