This is the first week of my new hours. They are absolutely terrible. I had to travel in with my wife on Monday because I was on a late shift and she had to wait for two and a half hours at the end of her shift to take me home. I had to catch the bus on Tuesday and I started work at 8am. My wife had a dental appointment and needed the car. I had to leave home at 5:25am to walk to the bus stop. The next bus would not have got me to work on time. I was tired during the evening.
Wednesday shift was not quite as bad and I am off today and tomorrow and working on Saturday. So far this week I have visited Costa every day mainly due to my working hours. It took me two hours to get home last night because I had to wait for the bus. I haven’t done a lot today because I have been chilling and resting after three busy days.
About 18 months ago I had a sense of urgency to do something and didn’t really progress anything. As Libby says I should have been working for myself a long time ago.
I was working on A course to build websites and learn programming. I have put this on holD. It is good to learn this but without work coming in it will not earn me money.
I spent evenings last week working on my insurance site and made good progress. I stand a better chance of earning some money when I launch it, than finding people to build websutes for. I am determined it will be launched in the next few weeks.
I had planned on using my Windows tablet before work on Monday but I couldn’t get it to sign in to Wi-Fi. This is absolutely no good because I need to get on with the business side when I have free time. I have purchased a Lenovo Android tablet this afternoon and this connected first time. With the windows issue I contacted Microsoft technical support and they remoted on to the tablet. They found no issues becauseI I was using the home Wi-Fi. They can’t remote in when I have the issues due to it not connecting to the internet. This is what I call a catch 22 situation.
This will be the year when things change for me. I resolved not to waste time on silly things but to do things which make a difference. At the moment I am doing quite well keeping to this.