I'm probably getting older. But I feel like I've gotten 15 rounds with of boxing champ and loss. Or maybe its just the end of the week thing. I don't know. It seems like life these days is resembles the climate of the planet, extreme highs and lows. Highs in my case are lots of things to do all at once and lows are just the reverse, very slow times. I think I prefer the latter because it lets me focus on my writing.
Just now I've got to get the dogs to the vet, have the car services, complete lots of yard work, clean up various messes of my own making to reclaim desk space, and resume clearing out the basement, while holding to my writing schedule.
You and I both know that's not likely that I'll do all that. I'll hold my writing schedule and I may get to a few of those other things but most of the work will go undone. I will be forcing myself to take a break in a few weeks so hopefully I'll be able clean up the yard, basement, and desk. If not, there's Labor Day weekend, I suppose.
One change I've decided to make to reduce the mess and clutter in the future is accept all those 'Go paperless' links on the websites I use to pay my bills. My reasoning is goes like this: I track my expenses so I know when to pay my bills. I don't need the extra paper (it is in fact stacked on one corner of my desk with my laptop on top of it. I should be using my laptop as a paperweight). I don't have time to fill all the bills away, which is what I used to do. So going paperless makes sense.
My bank just forced me to go paperless to avoid $3 surcharges. And I've been thinking about it seriously for a while. So I'm going to take the plunge, slowly, one bill at a time and see how it works out.
I doubt I'll be able to go back but if I have a problem, but storing all the bills isn't working so hopefully this will be better.
Okay, looks like I'm out of time. Back to work.