Alice Bentley (alicebentley) wrote,
Alice Bentley

One struggle I face with being a mostly work-from-home and a constantly many-irons-in-the-fire worker is making the time to take on the projects that I know will be tedious or difficult (and not in a fun way).
I have some great check lists and my usual boundless energy and enthusiasm, but somehow it's so much more attractive to skim FaceBook (hey, part of that is for work!) or noodle about with sales spreadsheets that only I care about, or even follow my own advice about posting more to LiveJournal.

Except, hey, wasn't I supposed to have finished that invoice prep by now? And what about the December timecard?

Surely I can find a happy medium between them all - but for now, on to tedium!

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