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Frustrated

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Today has been a very busy day so far. Helped feed the horses and put them out then cleaned stalls at 6:00 am. Did housework until the farrier came at 9;00 am to trim our 6 miniature horses and our one draft horses' feet. That took 2 hours. Came in and gave one of my dogs a bath and now waiting for her to dry so I can give her a haircut.
I have a lot to do but I just don't know where to start. Prioritizing might be the best way but if I do that, I start on one thing and find myself starting another but haven't finished the first one on my list yet. Frustrated is my word for today. emoticon Wanting to get so much done but I feel like I am just going in circles and going backwards instead of forwards.
So, I must make a deal with myself that I won't start on another item on my list until the first one is done then maybe I will feel I am making some progress. Have many of you felt this way too? What suggestions do you have or ideas that work for you? I would appreciate any input on this.
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  • SPARKPEOPLE1951
    You are already ahead of me. I have no list.

    I wake up, and see what the weather is like and what I feel like doing. (I can do this since I am retired)

    So sounds to me you have this. Be happy what you have accomplished and pat yourself on the back.
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    166 days ago
  • IAMTHEELLIE
    I've been having problems focusing in general, so that happens to me all the time! A prioritized checklist helps where I'm not "allowed" to move on until the previous thing is checked
    167 days ago
  • GREENISLANDMAC
    I am in same situation. Too many things at same time. I plan to make a master job list and just slow down.
    167 days ago
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