for the past 3 weeks, my life has turned so busy that i no longer have time to even check my mail, read, blog, or phone my friends outside of weekends.
the strangest thing is that this happened right after i attended a company sponsored training on "making more time".
ironic, isn't it?
well...before anyone jumps to point anything out, i *did* learn a lot from the training, and i *did* put most of those things into practice.
the secret is simple: they asked me to make a list of goals (short, medium, long term) and list my day-to-day activities. they then asked me to list the activities that didn't have anything to do with my goals, and also find goals that didn't have any corresponding activities. finally we made up an action plan based on these exercises.
working and health are my priorities, so i now have to ensure i work hard, spend most of my productive energy during my (long) work hours on work itself, reserve an hour daily for exercise, eat regularly and sleep well.
i wonder how long i can continue this for, before i collapse out of the sheer monotony of my day-to-day life.
ps: title inspired by radiohead's "packed like sardines in a crushed tin box"
Thursday, September 25, 2008
packed like sardines in a crushed tin can
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This reminds me of the sims game :p
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