No matter what the cause, I have no desire to do anything beyond sit and read. Not good. Especially since I need to:
- balance the cheque book
- reconcile said cheque book for May and June
- clean the "office" space at home which is mostly filing and tossing with some bill paying thrown in
- clean the kitchen - hard to do when the water to the house is turned off
- email the authors in my RWA chapter who have late August or early September releases
- update the master attendee list for my volunteer training work at my church
- get information on counter tops and ceiling fans for said renovations
- and figure out what it is I'm forgetting to do
- oh, and find time to write (duh)
Sounds good in theory. When I work with my coaching clients we would develop a plan based on what motivates them. The sad thing for me, I don't know what's going to motivate me out of this funk. However, I do like the idea of the chore chart. Well, a modified chart that will help me to figure out what are my "must accomplish" and what are my "nice to haves". I think I might even assign certain tasks to days so I don't feel like I have to get it all done at once. That's another thing that's making me freak out. It's so much and the perfectionist in me wants it all done TODAY! I have news for myself. It's not going to happen. Permission to break tasks down. Permission to take some time to get things done.
Deep breath. I have a plan. The madness is still there in all it's looming glory. But I have a plan. I'm off to go through my in-box and then a 15 minute reading break. Ah, the simple things.