Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Life As A Workaholic // #blankthoughts

My life is a constant to do list, and I'm not even joking. As a self-confessed workaholic with little-none motivation after a busy(ish) day all I want to do is sit on the sofa and debate my life, or what I like to call my quarter life crisis.

At the moment I'm in a bit of a rut, I don't really know what I'm doing and all I do know is I need to be doing everything on my list, and I have no clue where to start.

I didn't/don't want this academic year to solely be me coming home from college and doing little, I'm older now and in a position where I want to do more creatively just to prove to myself that I am able, and take the little steps towards bigger things in the very distant future.

And this predicament I've written above is even more of a predicament when you are a workaholic. Yes, I enjoy a lazy evening or day (or weekend), but I equally feel so accomplished when I have finished something and can sign it off of my list. 

Currently, I'm finding making longer lists to accomplish throughout a month works best for me, I list everything I want/need to do by the end of the month and slowly but surely I'm getting through it, and I hope to meet my end of the month target. 

But where do you start when you're still unsure of everything and everyone surrounding you?

Beki x

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