I seem to have a bad motivator. Yet, I have so much I could be doing. Anyone else having a hard time getting started today?
After a LONG, short week of work and every evening being dominated by gazebo construction (no, not done yet), I am just having a hard time focusing on what needs to be done at work today. I am already thinking about what I may be able to accomplish after work today, and yet there is a part of me that says, “You should just sit on thecouch tonight.”
Perhaps another droid would like to take over and finish out the day for me.
I am leaving, on a jet plane…and I know when I’ll be back again, unfortunately. I seriously could enjoy the life of retirement and no plan or commitments every day. *sigh* Alas, I must settle for small breaks in the routine.
Anyway, I have a list.
A self-imposed list. It’s always self-imposed.
I wrote up all the things I need to do and would like to do before leaving, in less than 24 hours. It’s too long.
Some of the things are just reminders of small things I need to make sure get packed and other things are actually things I want to get done.
I know one of my blogger friends, Curt, wrote about his “to do list” not too long ago, and how a list before traveling is a love/hate-win/lose kind of exercise. I totally identified with it because I do it too, and have done it again!
How many of you are the same way? Suddenly seeing your physical or mental “to do list” grow so long before vacation that you can never get it all done if you had two weeks to do it? Why do we stress ourselves even a little before we vacation?
It’s been crazy busy at work of the last two weeks. Like no time to think, not time to breathe busy…
I think I hit my wall yesterday and today isn’t looking any better.
Today, I just “Don’t Wanna Do Squat” (you can replace the S-word with whatever you like, but this is almost a family show here….). I just wanna sit and veg out and just not do any work. I’ve had enough. I wanna check out. Cab please!
There has to be a solution for this feeling. Oh yeah, it’s called being wealthy.