I have to tell ya – my brain is all over the place. If I could harness all my thoughts and follow them through – what a wondrous accomplishment that would be. But, alas, it is but a jumbled mess and I am trying to decide how best to untangle the web.
I am a producer of clutter. According to the Law of Attraction, this is a result of the clutter in my brain. So, I do the mental exercises, the positive affirmations, the clear the head before bed…guess what…it’s even more cluttered now! Now that I concentrate on my goals that I have learned to set, and focus on the good things in life – expansion to the possibilities has opened up. More stuff in my brain!
The blog should help – get things down, in a category, out of my head. But it is awfully public. I love you guys, but I can’t tell you everything. Maybe it’s time for a journal. Or maybe I should use the Mind Jet program more – but I am not real sure I am using it to the best of its abilities. Has anybody else used it with any success?
Dwayne Melancon has a great post concerning one of my biggest problems – managing email. Actually, managing isn’t the problem – it’s not like I get that much. The problem arises from when the little announcer sound goes off to tell me I have new mail and I will stop whatever I am doing to check it. I know – compulsive. I know – I should not leave it running. Guess what – it’s still running.
So, then I check the email, check my google reader, and then it’s three hours later. How does that happen? j david macor give some great tips for getting this part of my life organized with one flaw – there are too many options. Just tell me which ones to use!
I think maybe I should resort to a doctor’s office type schedule – you know, the one that is color blocked with certain activities at certain times of the day. Ha! The title of the blog is Beautiful Chaos. I am not so sure a highlighter could tame it.
So, there’s my dilemma, and your mission, should you choose to accept it. Any ideas or things that have worked (or not) for you?