I don’t know why I’m procrastinating so badly with today’s journal entry, but I guess there’s a part of me that is just tired of writing about myself? I mean, today marks the two-hundred and eighty-third day of my 2016 photo journal so it should come as no surprise that I sometimes get a bit sick of writing about what I got up to today. Either way, that’s what I’m here to do.
The coming week is going to be an interesting one, for sure. I’ve got a consultation with one of my sisters-in-law on Tuesday so I’m preparing all of my materials in advance. It should be interesting to see how I handle my first interior design consultation with a client, and I expect it’ll be a learning experience more than anything else, but I’m excited to come up with some great design schemes for her in the process!
Actually, I’ve been thinking about the different things I’ve got on over the next couple of weeks/months and I’m worried I’m going to tire myself out. Next month I’m participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) which basically means I’ve got a 50,000 word deadline to meet in 30 days. Last year I really enjoyed writing my novel but I also didn’t have anything better to do with my time, so this year might be a little more stressful? Honestly I hope I’m just being overly cautious about it because I really did enjoy writing every day during the month of November last year.
Speaking of daily commitments, I’m still doing a video every day during the month of October, and that’s going pretty well. It is weird to go from making hardly any videos at all to making one every single day, but the silver lining is that I’ve only got to do it until the end of the month. It’s tough, though, because there are definitely days where all I want to do is stay in bed until noon or play The Sims 4 until 8pm, but I kind of can’t because I have a lot of daily responsibilities to myself, you know?
Anyway, that stuff has sort of been resting on my mind today and I felt it was necessary to get it out into the open. I’m trying not to hold myself back, but in many ways I do wonder if I’m doing just that by creating all of these daily tasks that only really benefit me? Nonetheless, I’m tired and it’s time for bed. Make sure to check out VEDO #9 below and I’ll see you tomorrow!