Ok, I mostly get by in life as am really good at bullshitting and pulling things off at the last minute...but am interested to do better. My all-time low was getting into one of those "unable to open the mail" spells, which led to me not noticing four reminders to renew the car insurance, after which my husband got pulled over for driving without insurance and banned for six months.....but I do blame a lot of it on stress (have a busy and hugely stressful job which I have done well for years, thankfully...I just don;t have any reserve energy when i get home).
Today I have started on the household budget I set myself to do six months ago, but have yet to send a response back to the financial adviser I met with a month ago to help me do some better financial planning.
I Don't want to feel like an uncontrolled addict, I don't really want to do a 12-step programme for anything as it feels kind of weak, but I'd certainly like some tips for getting on with stuff and it not being so unutterably tedious! have seen some good tips here so far.
So hi all, and my question for today is, when you have got all the way into actually getting started, how do you stop yourself going "meh" when it is 80% finished? Sometimes I just can't bear finishing.