Posted by: faultlessfinish | April 9, 2012

Slackin’

So my goal last week was to prioritize. And my priority last week was to spend time with family and friends. I decided to take my work on the road with me and head back to my home province of Saskatchewan for a few days.

True to my goal, I only fulfilled necessary client work and volunteer obligations and spent the rest of my time enjoying the company of people I haven’t seen in a long time. So the blog is taking a hit this week. I’m heading back to Calgary today and the blog needs to fall by the wayside due to time restrictions.

The idea of not posting a blog used to fill me with anxiety and dread. “But what about my readers?” I would think. “I’m going to lose all credibility. People will stop reading.”

Seriously? Get a grip.

I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend. And if you took some time off, I hope it was guilt-free.

Look at that – guess I wrote a blog after all.

Namaste 🙂

Rachel

This week’s goal: Approach your work like it’s your first day.

Song of the week: “It Gets Old to Be Alone” – The Wooden Sky. Definitely not a feel-good song, but I love these guys!

Saskatoon!

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Responses

  1. Sometimes simply living means simply resting by doing what you enjoy, glad you made time for yourself, and see, life was right here when you got back…
    🙂

    • It definitely was! Thanks for reading, BawB 🙂

  2. I like this ‘slacking’ post. Time off with family and friends is can never be replaced.

  3. I like this weeks goal! and yay I actually came on here to read your post:)


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