found at thelope.com
Posting in here seems to be almost pointless right now as everything is in pieces, and it seems as though there are no whole’s in my life. I’ll give a quick read out of what I mean:
- I have more things to do for work than I care to think about, so much so I forget about them and that seems kinda pointless for example I have accounting to do, marketing to do, and today I have more scheduling for the low season to do.
- I am in the midst of buying a house. I think I have done everything I can do now. But I don’t own a home yet I need the bank to get their arses in gear and do the finishing off parts with their lawyers !!
- I have countless projects of my own almost always on the go. I have limited them down to one for the time being as I think that will be the quickest and easiest to get done. But at the same time as this I have started another project a friend came up with, which is very exciting and could be very very special if we can do it. It’s just a shame all these projects are web projects. It makes me feel a bit too geeky. On top of which I am having to learn PHP and MySQL. It is coming along ok though.
- Oh and due to living out of a hotel for the last 2 weeks my diet (as in what I eat) and drinking habits have all gone awry. It’s just not nice living out of the cheapest hotels there are just because you are waiting on a bank. Which reminds me .. I may be living in my 2 bedroom on my own when i move in, unless anyone wants to live in Ocean Club Ocean front with me !!
Ok so that little lot may seem really petty but it’s amazing how a few little things can just upset life and make it seem arduous to keep up with everything just because your life is thrown into disorganisation from having to live in a hotel. I don’t have all my stuff, I don’t have a comfortable space to live in. I pity the people I know who live ot of hotels most of the year.
UPDATE: This hoteling it for now what looks like 3 weeks is not only inconveniant and a complete life dis-organiser but it is also going to cost me more money than I would like. I may have to say goodbye to a vacation this year, we’ll see.