As I mentioned in a recent blog post, I get easily distracted when I go to my co-working space. I see new and old friends there and I love catching up with them. The problem is that it takes me away from my work because I have a hard time with boundaries, saying no, politely excusing myself and more.
Lately I’ve been working from home a lot and while I love it for the incredible focus I get, I can get a little down from time to time. I’m a complete extrovert and feed off of other people, so going to my co-working space can remedy that in no time, but it can also get me into trouble. Since I love people so much, I also love to talk to them (A LOT) and that can get me off schedule.
While I haven’t officially announced this, every month of my 30-day challenges, I have also given myself an additional 30-day goal that is more traditional.
During December’s “See Ya, Bucko” Challenge, I didn’t spend money on coffee for 30 days.
During January’s “Gelf-Care” Challenge, I didn’t watch TV for 30 days.
During February’s “Trust” Challenge, I gave up sugar for 30 days.