Today was a productive day until I listened to a talk on time management. It was very well done and informative.
The speaker might as well have been speaking a foreign language because yours truly got really stupid. Doing the exact opposite of what was taught in the lesson, I ended up spending the duration of my time chatting on Facebook - not my ministry page. I was chatting and commenting on my personal page about cute babies, cats, and other life changing issues. That wasn't enough of wasted time. I moved on to checking my email. Since it was after 8pm, there's NOTHING in MY email that can't wait until tomorrow, yet I just had to check it.
Next, I moved on to Pinterest - need I say more on that? Then on to my YouTube channel. No, I wasn't uploading anything regarding the ministry, only checking on my views out of curiosity. I discovered that I have almost 500 views on a video that I didn't realize anyone could see. What's worse, it's horrible and I'm asking people to go to a site that no longer exists, ugh!! I deleted it along with 3 others in the same category. Okay, that was productive.
So, now, I debate... It's after 11pm. Here are my choices:
Not every day will be massively productive, but I'm still moving forward and learning from my mistakes.
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