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And there we go, it’s over for another year. Now we’ve got the perineum of the year, the days between Christmas and New Year, where no-one seems to know what the hell they’re doing.  (Me, I’ll most likely be working, but there we go)

And then this time next week we’ll all be back to work, and it’ll be 2018. Time flies, and all that piss.

I’m also taking the opportunity to plan things out a bit for at least the first half of 2018, so I know what the hell I’m doing. (Well, at least have a pretty good indication of what I’ll be doing)  I’m already solid for January, but from there I’m hoping to cool things off a bit. (I know, I’ve said the same thing for the last two years as well)

Anyway, for now I’m just happy that we’re about as far away from the Festering Season as it’s possible to be. And that’s definitely a good thing.

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2 thoughts on “364

  1. Can I have 1p for every time you say that in the next year?

    I was going to say 1p and doubling for every time you say that, but decided I’d have enough with just 1p per time 😉

    I wish you a Happy and less stressful New Year… but, please, just accept that you love being busy and wouldn’t have it any other way, then you can remove all the self-imposed pressure to do less, eh? 🙂

  2. I do like being busy, and definitely prefer it. I’m not good at doing nothing.

    However, the Decembers of this year and last have made it very clear to me that I’ve over-extended myself in the preceding eleven months, to a point where by now I’m pretty much burnt-out.

    So I do *need* to find some kind of middle-ground where not every week/weekend is hyper, and where I can work on some down-time that is still acceptable to my ‘not being lazy’ mindset. That’s a bit of a juggling act, but it does need to happen, and I’m working on it.

    So yeah, I know it’s something I struggle with (and probably that people get bored of me saying I intend to do) but it’s more as a reminder for myself than anything else.

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