Frequently Made Excuses
I’ve wasted the last 30 years barking up the wrong tree, so why shouldn’t I waste the next 30 barking up the same one?
to make a one hour per fortnight commitment to looking after myself.
If I don’t know what the answer’s going to be what’s the point of even asking the question?
Okay, so I learned how to use the Uber App and the new blu-ray/DVD player plus I got the hang of cooking after I left home but that’s different.
So what if other people have discovered them already, at least I’m in a state of blissful ignorance.
And I’ll start with the pile that’s been sitting on my shelf for the last 10 years.
That feeling of boredom, frustration, failure and sense of opportunity passing me by every time I get on the train to work- I’m just making that up.
God knows how they’ve managed to persuade tight fisted companies to pay for it – coaches are dab hands at pulling the wool over finance directors’ eyes, you’ve got to hand that to them.
It’s the equivalent of 5 minutes a day– I mean, who’s got that sort of time to spare?
And on top of that I’ve got too much to lose – like all these difficulties, arguments, dead ends. Where would I be without them?