I had in mind working on a Decision-Making Worksheet/Cost-Benefit Analysis this morning.
My goal is to map out a plan for the coming year. My attitude towards events as they unfold is what I can control. So I am trying out different ideas to see what makes the most sense. However, I am not seeing this morning as a time to work on this.
Instead, I am lost in my list of To-Do’s:
- Call about the Rotor Tiler, is it ready?
- Clean out the cab of my truck
- Have an alignment done on my front-end. Crawling under the truck to change the oil this past weekend, I noticed the left front tire is scalping a little.
- Now that our taxes are with the accountant, I need to clear off my desk.
- There are olive size peaches on my two peach trees, I need to cover them so that the squirrels do not carry off all of the peaches as they get a little larger.
- I want to feed the azalea/s and dogwood trees.
- I need to empty the recycling container in the kitchen.
- The compost spinner is full of last winters deposits. I want to empty that so I can start adding new, plus putting it around my fruit trees and adding it to the flower beds helps the soil.
- There is a wedding coming up and the status of it is still a question mark.
- There is a baby shower coming up and the status is still a question mark.
- I missed my therapist’s appointment Monday because I got off work too late. I need to call and re-schedule.
- My Peer Advocate checked in yesterday via text. I need to call her.
I am off from my day job on Sunday, so the CBA Worksheet may have to wait until then.
My concealed depression is written under the alias “Depression is not my boss.” I have certifications in SMART Recovery and am a Global Career Development Facilitator.
Last year, I was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder.If you know someone who might benefit from reading this, please share. And your comments are always appreciated.