Need to keep calm and breathe……

I’m really struggling to stay calm. I’m feeling like I’m a pot boiling and boiling and eventually it’s going to boil over. I have written another post which I’m not sure I’m going to post as it might get me into trouble – basically about how stressful I’m finding Lala’s ballet show and how frustrated I am with the organisers. I may or may not post it. This post is more about how I can calm things down and get a bit of perspective. So I’m going to list all the things I feel I’m juggling right now.

Here is the list:

  1. Work
  2. My blog – reviews to write, emails to respond to, trying to figure out how to make a little bit more money out of my blog
  3. My new Social Media Manager business idea – already have a couple of prospective clients and need to have meetings with them.
  4. Alara’s ballet show
  5. Weight watchers
  6. Learning guitar (am not doing nearly enough practice)
  7. Kitten – he’s absolutely lovely and I don’t regret getting him but I’m currently having to race home at lunchtime to check on him which gives me about 15 minutes to have some lunch and give him a cuddle before I have to race back
  8. My finances – I’m currently struggling a bit as it has been an expensive few months and there are a few expensive few months ahead
  9. My emails – I just don’t seem to be able to keep on top of them
  10. The kids summer holiday childcare arrangements – sorting out who has them when has been a bit of a headache which I’ve been dealing with today. When our childminder has her baby I’m not sure what we’re gonna do.
  11. General day to day diarised activities- I just seem to have so much booked in. Tonight picking up the ballet tickets after work, then see kids, then guitar lesson. Just as an example.

I think that’s it. I think it’s enough!!!!!

One Thought on “Need to keep calm and breathe……

  1. Sending hugs! It sounds like things are busy for you at the moment but things will calm down….Hang on in there x

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