I know, I know. It’s been over a week since I’ve posted anything. I feel lazy, guilty, uninspired and unmotivated. Not because I don’t enjoy writing, I do. Not because I’m unhappy with what I’ve posted so far, I am.
However, when I first clicked the ‘Create Blog’ button here, I knew this would happen. I knew I would get distracted, become complacent and would not regularly post like my concentrated counterparts in the blogging community. At any given time, I have at least 3-4 windows open on my desktop to keep my wandering mind occupied. These windows usually contain anything to do with travel/personal finance/recipes/events and things to do around Sydney.
Well readers, it’s because… I’m cursed with a short attention span. Put something shiny in front of me and I lose all train of thought! It’s true, I am the most easily distracted person I know.
You may recall, in a recent article I referred to something called The Entrepreneurs Curse. In short – it frames the positives of being
cursed blessed with a short attention span and how to utilize this trait to it’s full potential. Finally, someone who understands me!
So firstly, I hope you can forgive me.
Secondly, instead of feeling guilty about what’s distracting me from progressing Chasing More forward, why not go with the flow? Share with you guys what’s been on my mind? Get some opinions and thoughts up in here!
So here goes, in a Dear Diary type fashion, not in any particular order. Let me purge my life onto your screen, beloved reader!
- Back at work today. I’ve been off sick for two days and I’m (unexpectedly) happy to be back here. A workmate of mine cleaned out her wardrobe and brought in a bag of clothes for me to sort through (Yay, free clothes! She’s Italian too, so she always give me quality threads!). My boss just left the office too to fly out to America, which makes me jealous/partially depressed that it’s not me.
- Returning to tertiary study. Today I’ve given myself a deadline to decide who I will study with. Must make payment for course and not be upset about it – it’s an investment, not an expense.
- My baby sister. Well she’s not really a baby – she’s 14 and tonight I am going to watch her in a school performance singing/playing guitar. After that, she is sleeping over at our house and we will spend some quality sister time together tomorrow. This has been weighing heavily on my heart for quite some time, since I moved out of home, I don’t feel I’ve been giving her enough of my time.
- Travel. Travel is always on my mind. However there are a few trips in particular we’re needing to organise that have held my attention recently. 7th-10th November 2013, Coffs Harbour, North Coast of NSW, Australia. The week following, 11th – 17th November 2013 I am hoping to get back to Gisborne, NZ to see my family. February 2014 – Hawaiiiii, fingers crossed! Other trips I’m keen to take are to The Great Barrier Reef in QLD and Melbourne, Victoria.
- Tax returns and savings. I am quite pleased with the progress my savings accounts seem to be making! The Simple Dollar keeps me inspired to achieve my financial goals daily.
- Getting my laptop fixed. Primarily so I can write from home and not just at my work computer (naughty, I know). This needs to be prioritized and again, I need to look at it as an investment, not an expense.
- Upcoming events in Sydney I wanted to attend. These include the Make your own Magnum pop-up store, The Gangsters Ball and Cyren’s Big Fat Greek Party! Three delish events I’m hoping to hustle up the cash for in the couple o’ months!
I think that’s it… before something else pops up and I get distracted again, I better round up this article.
What’s on your mind friends?! What are your plans for the upcoming weeks, months, year?! Tell tell tell in the comments!