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Effective Time Management

Waiting right up until crunch time and knocking it all out like the tazmanian devil, yeah, I’m the queen of this. In fact, I may have wrote the book! I don’t like doing this; still, I do it all the time. And yet again, I am at the tail end of a whirl wind of house work, packing for my 3 days at work, and am sitting here questioning why in fact this still occurs? PROCRASTINATION. Why do it today, when it can be put off until tomorrow? I used to be extremely organized and planned out, and don’t get me wrong. A lot of things and my life are in far better order then they were a year or more ago. I find myself coming home exhausted my first day off, ok that’s excusable. But then, when my wife’s off or home, I miss her, and want to spend as much time with her as possible. Again, logical; however waiting until the night before at like 9 pm to clean the house, fold and put away 9loads or so of laundry, dishes, take care of the dogs, pack, the list goes on. Not very effective time management.

1.) Being prepared

2.) Being able to pull it off when I’m not prepared 😳😏

3.) Nuggles and kisses

4.) Holding hands

5.) Laughter

6.) Friends that feel like family

7.) Unconditional love

8.) The ever so perfect Elise Corinne 💗💗

9.) My wife, and every single ride she gives me without one complaint 💕💞

10.) My family ❣️

Procrastination doesn’t mean relapse is around the corner, some people are definitely more organized plain and simple. It’s just one of my countless flaws I felt moved to share tonight. Sweet dreams.

Yours truly,

Anna




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