Do you work on more than one dimension of life?

Pakistan
November 24, 2007 6:40pm CST
I get up early in the morning and start my daily routine work. I start with going on line and attending mylot. I spent there more than one hour. After then I check my emails. work on my eamils. And then go to offline work. such as writing essays, writing poem in my regional language, leaving for my office, performing office work, checking joblist and completeing the pending work, adding some new jobs in my joblist of more than 50 jobs. I have started to construct my house. Attending the labour and so many more jobs of different dimensions make me tire. I could not complete every one. And start to think that I am doing some thing wrong. How should I control these bulk of work. I feel my self jacky of all trades and master of null. Do you work like me on different dimentions of life or not. If yes, then how do you manage to perform well?
3 responses
• China
25 Nov 07
People should put his heart into his own interest. If you are busy doing a lot of different kinds of un-associated things, you'll be very tired and that will take you more time than just forcus on 1 or 2 things have associating with each other.
@nangel78 (1458)
• United States
25 Nov 07
I do work in different areas of my life as well. I am a wife at home and I take care of my cats as well. During the week, I work at my day job which pays the bills. I write when I can and trying to find a career change right now. I think we all work in different dimensions in our lives.
• United States
25 Nov 07
Yes, like you I have many areas of life that I have to attend to. I have my own life, and a lot of personal things going on..which includes a major surgery with major preperations within the next couple of months. I also homeschool one of my children, who has asperger's. She is 10 but works at an 11th grade level in most of her school work. She also attends group geared for autistic children and occupational therapy througout the week. My other child attends regular school and has his own problems there. I meet weekly with his teacher trying to get his reading up. I also attend college full time, on top of all of that. I guess I make a lot of lists, about what the priorities are that I need to complete every day. That helps me focus and stay on track. I also try to give myself some time each day to recouperate and that helps to get to the next day. :)