Monday, 25 June 2012

Not taking my own advice

Here I am, home alone all this week. My man has gone off to route mark on the London to Paris cycle ride that he's marked for the last few years. I'm hoping the weather's going to be ok, because otherwise the spray paint won't work and then he'll have all sorts of problems.

Meanwhile, I have loads of work to be getting on with, but I'm finding myself in a bit of a slump and am in a 'can't be bothered' kind of mood, which seems to have been surrounding me pretty much all weekend. This is not good news for my latest venture, which has come to a bit of a dead stop right now due to lack of input from me. I keep having second thoughts about why the heck I'm bothering to start such a project and am worried I've taken on too much.

Still, Wimbledon starts today so I'm sure that'll cheer me up and will give me more to procrastinate with over the next two weeks. Funny really because my this week's tweet (I do a stress less simple tweet of the week on a Monday morning and can be found on @dr_vee11) was all about cutting out distractions. Shame I can't take my own advice!


  1. It's strange how our own advice is often the hardest to take.

    I'm still getting used to Twitter, but I do like the sound of a stress less tweet. I shall go and hunt it out.

  2. I'm still not used to Twitter. Still not wholly sure why I'm on there, but our Cathy was extremely persuasive! I usually post at about 8.30 in the morning. x

  3. A mutual friend of ours uses Twitter as way of stopping herself shouting at Question Time - because all the tweets are saying what she wants to shout! I haven't really tried it yet.