Sometimes I have moments in my life when I stress too much, I’m sure we all have them. Small amounts of stress in particular situations may be motivating, but when I’m in a stressful situation for more than one day, it starts to eat me from inside, and I begin to worry about everything, even about things that normally I wouldn’t care about. When this process begins it’s really difficult for me to stop it. Even making lists and organizing everything doesn’t help.
Sunday, 29 October 2017
Saturday, 21 October 2017
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All of us have those moments sometimes, when we feel tired, frustrated, with not enough time and too many responsibilities.
Last year, tempted by additional income and possibilities of development, I agreed to take a side job. Shortly after I realized that it wasn’t a good decision. It consumed too much of my time, and was very stressful.
Sunday, 15 October 2017
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Sunday, 8 October 2017
I come to work, make my coffee, surf on the Internet a little bit, look through documents on my desk, I choose the most urgent work to do and I start doing it. Sounds like a normal work day and it could actually work, but then the desk phone rings, my boss comes to me and waits when I finish the call to tell me something, I can see another person approaching my desk, everyone’s work is always so important, it can’t wait even five minutes. At the same time my cell phone rings, I can see some emails coming in. After I handle all of those things, there is a very, very important meeting that no one knew about before and when it’s all over I sit back to my desk and I completely don’t remember what I was doing.