Hello everyone, did not want it to seem like I forgot to post on the blog haha! I will be trying to get back to posting on here on a regular basis, things in life just got a little behind and I really needed to spend some time catching them up. Life is going a lot more smoothly now, and there is no worry at present moment.
Do we ever wonder when we have scheduled too much? Taken on too many things? I know this is something that is running through my head at this very moment…did I volunteer for too many things? Are there specific things that really should have my attention? I mean it was cool to write for the paper, but is my life in order enough to be a part of that? I mean I would love to be on the radio, but am I not stretched a little too thin at the moment? I have a podcast already, what if I just worked on my own time to try and improve that, instead of trying to get involved and cram more things into my tight schedule. What about being an executive with the Philosophy Society? I love being involved and I really think that is the one I could do the most good, but with the other things, will I have time for it? So, much to think about.
I think this is the best platform to get that out, public thought often means that I have people (my awesome audience) to hold me accountable…what should I do (comment below)? I know where my mind and heart are, I would love to remain on as an executive, and focus my attention on giving 100 percent of myself to that, and I will do my best to pay attention to that, and maybe I will attempt to write for the paper on the side, but if I cannot do that then it is fine to drop it. I think I will have to drop the radio station because that has already caused me to be spread a bit too thin, I had to bail on one of their volunteer things on Friday because I needed to be in at work earlier on Friday evening.
I am torn. I love all of these things, but I have no idea what to do about making sure I get all of the experiences that I want to have…is it maybe a matter of doing one thing at a time over the course of my years at Carleton? That is a thought I am having. Focus on being the best Exec I can be, as that leads to great networking opportunities for the future, and see if the other stuff can fit in…that may be the best way to do things.
What do you all think? Let me know
New Philosophy coming right up too!