10 things I learnt this week

Posted By on Sep 10, 2010 | 6 comments


1. Long working hours and stress are taking their toll on my body and energy levels
2. Dealing with prima-donna’s takes a lot of patience
3. There are not enough hours in the day to get through all the work that needs to be done
4. I need to spend quality time with my fiancé after barely seeing him this week
5. I need to make sure there is always chocolate in my house, Milo just doesn’t hit the spot
6. Drinking a cuppa tea while lounging in the bath is the ultimate indulgence
7. The new season of Brothers & Sisters seems like an emotional one – I’ve only watched two or three episodes and I’ve cried in each one
8. I could teach Old Mother Hubbard a thing or two about bare cupboards – can’t wait to go grocery shopping tomorrow (Did I really just say that?!)
9. Rental agencies are bloody rude – I have left messages for and emailed three different agents about their property rentals and have yet to hear back from one of them
10. The stress and exhaustion of work, the stress of having to find a new place to stay, and the emotions from last week make the weekend ahead look relaxing and wonderful

PS Since I find it so difficult to relax and unwind, I really do wish there was a simple button I could press that would initiate relaxation. A girl can only wish…

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6 Comments

  1. OMW, I could copy and paste this post on to my blog…I think we have had the exact same week!
    Hope you have a relaxing weekend!

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  2. I so can’t deal with prima-donna’s and patience is not my strong point. I hope you get to relax soon, I’m going away for five days with hubby just to get some us time and RELAX! Hope you have a good week:)

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  3. omg yes. am also feeling that there are not enough hours in the day to do everything that needs to be done.

    am starting to hyperventilate just thinking about it.

    sigh.

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  4. Hope things are going better for you by now and that time has stretched a bit!

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  5. You need to schedule some down time girl! I’ve been doing it for over a year and I’ve never looked back, neither of us have!

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