A wasted day?

Last Update: August 29, 2014

Well, not totally wasted. I did manage to read WA emails, respond to blog posts & questions, etc but made no real progress with training.

Wasted a lot of the morning chasing around after my daughter, not her fault, just one of those things.

Having said that I have never been in the camp of 100% dedication to internet marketing or any subject for that matter. I have a family and a life and need time for them. I remember reading a while ago some guru going on about not wasting your precious time: stop wasting it on novels and read self-improvement books: don't waste time watching TV watch training and affirmation type videos; attend training camps/seminars instead of sporting events! Look, I am sure the guru was very successful but at what cost!

We all need time out, time out from our families, time out from our work, time out even from ourselves (a tricky one), so that is what I am having for the rest of the day! The footie is about to start, the Swan up against the tigers, so I have my wine and my cheese and biscuits ready.

See you on WA tomorrow where I will make progress and at least complete the next step!

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CarlaIves Premium
100% dedication is nice. . . . for a time, but then life intervenes. We can't ditch everything to do WA. Well, maybe for a time. :) Family is important. Finding that balance is tough, but it's what we all strive for!
tribe82 Premium
My thoughts turn to the author of the Book of Ecclesiastes who had a reputation for wisdom. He said something to the effect that there is a time and a season for all things under the sun. I think a balanced life is what we seek, for what what does it profit us if we gain the whole world but lose our soul? I am sure your daughter appreciates your concern and attention. Sounds like you had a pretty good day to me!