I’ve wondered sometimes if I’m a jack of all trades, master of none. Is it possible to want to do too many things? Is it good to have a lot of different goals? I’m not sure.
- I’m going back to Branford CrossFit. In a perfect world, I would have signed back up, like, yesterday. However, I bought a Zumba Groupon (listen, it’s a workout-I think I burn at least 100 calories just trying to understand what the instructor is doing) and I know I won’t go to Zumba if I have CrossFit AND inShape too. 2 more classes and I will have gotten a deal, so the plan is to go the next two days at least. And I need to squat tomorrow. See where I’m going with this?
- As some have already noticed, I started a Facebook page to start promoting my organizing services. I know this will never be a full-time job, but I would be happy with 2-4 clients a month and having a little side income. Once I get a few clients under my belt, I’ll do the whole LLC thing. I’m a little stuck on how to advertise and promote, but this is also not my #1 priority. In time, Gill. In time.
- I started looking up Group Exercise certifications also. I probably should be more productive/earn money over the summer. Too bad everything I’m researching requires some sort of start-up money.
- It’s only been 2 days back since February vacation, but school feels…comfortable. As if I actually know what I’m doing. Then I get nervous. If it feels easy, then I must be doing something wrong, right? No? HELP.
- I’m all about buying a house within the next year. If I got an apartment, I’d never be able to save for a down payment. It’s definitely a long-term goal, but I feel like looking at houses and telling people about my goal will make me more dedicated to it.
I could go on and on. I have so many things I want to do. So many things I want to be good at. Is it too much? I definitely have the time, so it’s not that I’m concerned with. I just want to know how to concentrate my energy. My poor therapist on Thursday…lol.