It can be really isolating working from home.
Some times, you get a VERY severe case of the I don’t want to’s or I can’t be bothereds when it comes to doing the ‘fun stuff’ and retreat back to the safety of your home.
It’s totally normal and ok to be that way sometimes, but how do you overcome it when it become the norm?
Read on and I’ll give you my thoughts.
My 3 year old is in a wonderful local childcare who were participating in the Diamond Creek Spring Fair.
I wanted to be a part of it but there was a little thing in my head saying to just stay home or go afterwards if at all, and this is after my 3 year old was SUPER hyped about all the rides and seeing the fair being set up.
Anyway, cue commitment.
I had a chat with one of his teachers and their enthusiasm caught me.
I ended up committing to joining the parade with all the other parents and kids.
And you know what, I’m SO GLAD I DID!
I met a beautiful Mum and her daughter who apparently is my sons gf, or so she claims.
The two of them held hands, and giggled and I have now made a new mum friend...and we all know meeting new mum friends who you click with is a huge deal.
I guess what I’m getting at is to straight up make it known what you are doing or commit to events or catch ups.
Once you start telling people your plans, goals, your rsvp’s etc, you are no longer accountable to just yourself but to those around you.
So I’ll put it out there to everyone now.
WHAT ARE YOU NEEDING OR WANTING TO DO?
Write it below so we can touch base in a week or two and see where you’re at!
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