Or what I like to call ‘Whybut?’
When I have a productive/successful week I feel pretty good about myself. When I don’t… Well, I’m never sure what’s wrong.
I’ve managed to categorise this into three sections. Three sections which if I can balance right will give me the level of satisfaction I need to not question what’s the point with anything.
I’m really not good at balancing them (nothing to do with my perforated ear drum when I was 10. Though that is why my balance is shite.) Most of my decisions in my life are based upon what I’m currently obsessed with (really not disciplined) and the chosen one for that week is usually under one of these categories.
So my week is centred around that. A week of tidying and redecorating. A week of writing my book. A week of sorting out things to sell. A week of writing blog post after blog post. A week of writing my book.
These three sections, altogether, create a happy life for me.
Could you imagine if I could sort myself out to do something from each section in a week?!
I am imaging it and that would be a perfect week for me. Rounded. Then hopefully I wouldn’t feel guilty when I concentrate fully on one thing. No more thoughts of ‘I really need to do this’ while I’m currently doing that.
Everything interlinks still and I am guessing that is the way my brain is though, jumps around. But surely because it jumps around I should be able to get the right balance of Lifestyle, Work and Personal.
I’m making a commitment to sum up my week on Fridays (hopefully every week on my blog), a summary of what I’ve achieved because, damn it, I want to achieve them!
I know what I’m capable of and I believe in myself – I’m just not really doing it fully.
And being 26 has been so good to me so far, I may as well give myself something back.