Let’s start the week; Sunday – grab some popcorn, kick back and relax whilst watching a juicy episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, feisty girls, so comical, #ICanLaughAllDay. Turn to Catch Up TV and watch Made In Chelsea – what restaurant are they in? Oooh that food looks delish! SLEEP.
Monday – flick through job sites, like jobs, mental note – I will apply for them soon. Check bank account, check shoes – need new shoes – maybe a handbag too. I’ll treat myself to a Westfield’s shopping day – Melissa, will you come with? Great! Long day, knackered, SLEEP.
Tuesday – Look at jobs I’ve liked on job sites, OK, I’ll come back to you don’t you worry about that. Ooooh is that, noooo, it is – Dinner date! Love it, I’m watching. Call friend, talk for two hours, Good night babe. SLEEP.
Wednesday – My friend’s in town, yes! “Where you at girl? I’m coming over”. At her house, talking about dreams, ambitions, I’m on a mission. Bye girl, see you later. SLEEP.
Thursday – What was me and my friend saying again, hmmm. Anyways, this film is out in the cinema, what’s it called? I’m going to go and check it out, hope I like it, then I’ll apply for those jobs. Home. SLEEP.
Friday – Paaaaaarrrrttttyyy, I’m going to paaaaarrrrrrtttyyyyy! Calling friends. Where you guys going? Out to eat? OK I’ll come anyway. Restaurant. Food tastes good. Talking. Lots of talking, laughing, giggling. Four hours later. Home time. Bye lovelies. SLEEP.
Saturday – Finally it’s the weekend. I need a break. Let me have a look at those jobs. Oh, some of them have disappeared, I’ll like some other jobs. Great. Ten jobs to apply for. I heard about the Breakfast Club, I’m going to have some breakfast now. Phone rings, my friend’s coming round. Great! Let me clean my home. Friend comes. Friend leaves. SLEEP.
Sunday – Church, church church. REPEAT.
I never have any time! So years pass and you still don’t have time. Sometimes things can be a challenge, sometimes it’s difficult to be proactive, apply for those jobs, go to those interviews, do research, attend seminars for motivation, inspiration and advice, attend networking events. Just think – we all have approximately 365 days in a year and four weeks each month and a total of 12 months each year.
Perhaps, setting monthly goals and targets may help you to achieve your destination and be strict with yourself – it’s OK to say no to certain things and yes to others.
“All things are lawful for me, but not all things are helpful; all things are lawful for me, but all things do not edify”. 1st Corinthians 10: 23