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Can You Have Too Much Work?

Can You Have Too Much Work?

What are those sayings? You can never have too much … is it time? Money? Red wine?

I’m writing this partly For the Record so I remember my life in late 2013. I’m …

  • Overwhelmed
  • Overworked
  • Buried
  • At a loss
  • Losing clients
  • Hurting my reputation
  • Unhappy
  • Stressed
  • Frustrated
  • Disappointed
  • Wondering how I got to this point.

It’s not at a funny point. It’s so far past that. One of the worst feelings is that I just feel so alone. Uphill battle. A struggle. A fight. One step forward, two steps back. I’m barely above water.

I have to go pick up the kids. I have no time. I have lots of energy, just not enough time in a day. So what’s going to give?

P.S. Note to self that I categorized this under Delegating …

Tea Room. That's where I need to be. [Likoma Island, Malawi, East Africa]

Tea Room. That’s where I need to be. [Likoma Island, Malawi, East Africa]

2 Comments

  1. Susan

    Hang in there, Bradley! Like everything else, this is a phase and it, too, shall pass…

    Reply
    • Bradley

      Thanks, Susan. I’m just sick of being in the phase and not being past it.

      Reply

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