Hi all! Happy Hump-Day! I hope this post finds you well!
For those of you who haven’t caught on yet, I post every week on Wednesdays. I write up my posts on Mondays or earlier and then I schedule them to post on Wednesdays at 0800. So keep an eye out for my oh-so-very-interesting posts every Wednesday.
Recently I finished my course in Evidence-Based Project Management. But now I’m left in limbo and unsure of what courses to take. Might take some IT courses or web development courses or database courses. Who knows! With the advances in technology you can learn so much for free now on the Internet. It’s a brave new world and I’m in my room conquering it all. Anyway, in the interim while I decide on what course to take next, I’m spending my time procrastinating on my huge to-do list. Except I tire easily. I spend most of my morning hours replying to messages from friends around the world and checking emails (most of them are subscription emails to be honest). Then I play my video game and try to achieve all the daily goals as fast as I can. Right now, in the game, I’m focusing on leveling my heroes so that they’re all at the same level. Kind of stuck in limbo at the moment. Because there are so many heroes I need to level up and level up their skills, but I lack the resources such as experience potions, so it’s a little frustrating. I end up having to figure out the prioritization of each team or hero to level up based on the amount of resources I have. Then there’s the spreadsheet that I created to help me keep track of the stats and everything for each team. I update this periodically so that I can get a quick glance at how my teams are in terms of might/power and whether or not I should move different heroes around to different teams to make them more effective. By the time I’m done all this texting, emailing, and gaming stuff, it’s about lunch time and so I make a protein fruit smoothie and down that and then I get really tired and I’m out of juice to function anymore. Sometimes I just give in and take a nap, other times I power through it and continue with doing stuff off my to-do list. So far, since my last deep depressive phase, I’ve been riding a kiddie rollercoaster. There are minor ups and minor downs, but the constant is that I get tired around the same time every day and I can’t seem to do much about it. I know for a guy with not a whole lot on his plate I shouldn’t be complaining about being tired and in all and honesty, I don’t even know where the tiredness comes from, but around the same time every day I can feel my energy and productivity levels start to drop and I get really frustrated with that. It’s rather a silly conundrum. Anyway, I’ll think more on this subject and try and figure out a root cause of the problem. I shan’t bother you with more of my drivel.
Have a great WTF rest of the week everyone!