I would put a decent image here, but Weebly's image feature doesn't seem to be working with URLs at the moment. It hasn't for a while, come to think of it. Instead, enjoy this one of a slightly suspicious-looking banana next to some tea. Knowing Weebly, the border I've selected (thin and black) won't even show up, and it'll default to medium and grey! Oh yeah, and trying to put the image on the right-hand side means that the gap between the text and image is only about one pixel, compared to the five-pixel padding on the left-hand-side. If anyone knows how to fix that, send me a message (the form's on the homepage of this site)! Or heck, post a comment. I like comments.
Doing irrelevant things is to the detriment of others. If you do not focus on what is important, it becomes increasingly less likely that you will ever find what is important. Sure, you can learn from your mistakes, but the time spent on making those mistakes is time wasted, and time is crucial in the business context.
But being back home means that I'm frequently distracted from my tasks - and what I really want to do - by those around me who have taken too much upon themselves, as if trying to solve every problem in the world. I'm still creating graphics, posting to this blog (which is therapeutic by the way, so it doesn't contribute toward wasted time), constructing websites and so on. But just not as often as I'd like to be.
Really, it's not the end of the world though. I will certainly have time on weekends as long as I don't travel, but socially things are going to be an issue once more.
It's just one thing after another, really. I hope the next blog post will be a bit more positive!