procrastinating also. I have work to do and dinner to cook!!
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10-02-2016 14:10 #391
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10-02-2016 14:38 #392
Procrastinating here too. My day got stuffed up because my midwife appt was an hour late this morning and now I have lost my morning energy. Having washing to hang, dog to walk, stuff to clean and just want to do nothing.
10-02-2016 14:42 #393
Let's just call the whole thing off then shall we?
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10-02-2016 15:43 #394
It just started pouring rain so dog is going without. That was an easy decision 😂
10-02-2016 16:07 #395
Over the daily struggle of getting the boys to do their homework already.
10-02-2016 16:30 #396
positively wrecked. I feel like I've just come off a weekend bender I'm so shattered. bought all the stuff I needed to make beetroot and dill risotto for dinner but I'm just not up to cooking. sorry dh 😂
I'm thinking scrambled eggs on toast instead.
10-02-2016 16:32 #397
Trying to figure out how the smeg I'm supposed to work out what I'm supposed to do with my life as far as a career goes. I'm 41, and still haven't got the slightest idea. Hard as it is to believe, I have no major interest in or passion for anything, and there's nothing I'm good enough at to be able to make even a minisculely successful job out of. I'm not smart enough to go to Uni, have tried 4 times now with various courses and never managed to be able to get beyond first year before I started failing everything. Can't afford a TAFE course. I still keep thinking that there has to be more to work life than what I have, but I'm stuffed if I can work out how to get it.
10-02-2016 16:37 #398
what do you do now for work?
don't worry, I've got 2 degrees plus post grad under my belt and I'm still fairly passionless towards what I do. I actually question whether there's anything I'd be completely passionate about as a job.
I think that's it, as soon as it's a job, it becomes work and the fun aspect of it is removed. it stops being for pleasure as you're doing it for money, being paid for a result.
I think that's my mental roadblock anyway.
meh careers are overrated. finding something you're good at and that pays ok and doesn't eat into your life. that's the job you want. i work to live and that's ok.
10-02-2016 16:38 #399
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10-02-2016 16:50 #400
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