I have objectives I fulfill, regularly. This, by no means, implies that I’m harbouring a routine. Not by a long shot, but lots of major priorities are met everyday.
Next goal :
- actualize a routine that covers all my needs
- follow through until I need a change of pace
I just can’t do it anymore.
For the past ten years or more I’ve been trying my very best to prepare for something I’ve wanted my whole life.
Writing my own recipes, building up a pantry, eating at new restaurants, trying new food, taking pictures of meals, an unofficial apprenticeship in baking (twice, in two different cities), learning new skills, cleaning up after myself as soon as I make a mess and the most difficult of all, being on time or early.
Please be kind. I’m taking the next step in my career.
It’s taken me nearly a year to get a hold of one person of vital importance, and instead of waiting for them, I bypassed their involvement, got a second opinion and have someone else working with me now.
It might be a temporary solution, but at the very least, I’m making rapid progress.
“Not all answers can be found. Some must be realized.” Me
It takes a world of joy to blossom a flower. But a weed assesses what it has and thrives within it.
I can’t even get out of bed these days.
I’m exhausted, can’t get around the piles of garbage stacked on everything to get to my own clean stuff and what’s worse is that I’m unable to cook with all their week or month old putrefying leftover cooking, jammed into every available counter space, seat and appliance.
One replacement part for my own appliance and I can work around everything. At this rate, I’ll make my own repairs.
What’s a non-conductive rotisserie device anyways, but a few round wheeled components. I can make that.
Ugh, I hate living like this… at least I’m verbose.
I’m so joyful right now.
It has taken me several years to budget for the right tools and appliances. Today I unpacked a few.