Have you ever stretched yourself so thin you can't remember taking a break to breath? While my best friend has been telling me for years that I stay too busy, I have only recently really thought he may be on to something.
My main problem is that I have too many ideas in my head and not enough of them on paper. So, what happens is I'll be sitting at my computer in the evenings and I've got so much bouncing around in my head, I have a hard time getting any of it done. Some of my problem comes from clutter. I have a VERY cluttered desk at home. But, the more I think about it, the more I need to create a list of priorities. It also doesn't help that I'm convinced I have Adult AD/HD which forces my brain to jump from topic to topic on a constant basis. If I was really smart I'd set up an appointment with a Doctor to at least be checked out. But, the fact that I thought I broke my wrist and still took 4 months to seek help… well, it's not likely I'll do anything about it any time soon.
They say that admitting you have a problem is the first step towards recovery. I hope that putting this in writing will help me on my way to recovery. Starting tomorrow I'm going to create my list of projects and I'll post it to my monitor. I promise to do all in my power to finish the first item on my list before starting on the second.