The Lock Down Lists And Dreaming.
The lists are endless at the moment, ye all know what I'm talking about. You bought the house or apartment some time back and over time that lack of enthusiasm to attack that elephant in the room has ment it has stayed in the room glaring and shouting at you every time you walk in, "Come on get me sorted"
Well if nothing else the Covid 19 is responsible for an awful lot of elephants being sorted out. That bloody list is endless and so are the hazards
- Painting- Your self or the floor is covered in paint constantly, brushes gone hard
- Putting up shelves - with a bad drill or screws too small or big
- Fixing a door hinge, off-line and won't close properly
- Gardening- My god have to batter down killer weeds to give some resemblance of sivilisation
These are just a few of the jobs that we think we suddenly are experts at and flock to the hard ware with our new-found sense of DIY skills, buying paint, and any thing else that looks "handy"?
Now that the place is spotless and all the lists are ticked off it will give us plenty of time to hopefully sit in the sun with the laptop and concentrate on our WA. It will be a bit of practice for when we become really successful and can work from that ideal location at a relaxed pace of life, the dream is alive and well and progressing nicely.
We should always believe in our dream and never let anyone belittle or undermine them,
i always liked the quote “If you build it, he will come.” from a baseball movie with Kevin Costner from 1989 called “Field of dreams”.where Kevin Costner builds a baseball field for ghostly players., I like to think if you take a chance on something, you believe in it, and put in the work it will bring benefit.and success, be it educational, monitory or psychological to your life.
“Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today.”– James Dean