Last Updated: 27 September, 2020
Okay, its been a few months since I last did a wheel of life analysis, but I things are looking up in most of the categories.
I’ve been to see the dentist and chiropractor and they both say everything is looking good which is great news (I always seem to develop imaginary tooth pain a few weeks before a dentist appointment).
I’ve spoken to the majority of mine and my husband’s close family in the last few
weeks, plus we are travelling up to Yorkshire soon for a family reunion on my mother’s side where I will be able to catch up with aunts, uncles and cousins as well as some more distant relatives. It should be a good weekend and even better if we get some sun as a barbecue is planned.
I’ve dropped the money score down slightly as we’ve noticed some of our expenses increasing (not surprisingly food and fuel expenses) and we haven’t yet developed our plan on how we will do more with what we buy.
My organisation system is helping me stay in contact with more people. Previously I had the intention of staying in contact, but would frequently forget to do anything about it, but now I am contacting friends and family on a regular basis and even starting to re-establish relationships with some contacts I haven’t been in touch with for a few year.
In the last month, I pulled out all the work I’ve previously done on developing my goals and didn’t make any further progress. I’m not sure whether this is because I don’t know what I want or because I don’t want to write it down.
There is a lot of change going on with my work at the moment and this is appearing to be opening up some interesting opportunities and I have a big training course coming up next month.
Although I’ve got some new books on personal development topics I haven’t got as far as reading any of them yet, let alone opening them.
Not sure what happened to this post, I meant to post it on 21st June but I guess I forgot to press a button (and then somehow lost it completely after publishing it, thankfully it had already been sent through RSS so I could rescue it).