Getting back on task 2015 edition lol

I need to regain myself this year.

I started practicing yoga in august was doing great. I finally get a job and my practice went so far out the window it wasn’t funny. :o:o:o:o:|:|

It was very hard to basically doing anything after work. I was drained and I had to rush and get everything done before jump in bed and start the day all over again.

So now that I am on my normal schedule of working  12 hours Fri, Sat and Sun. I should be able to get back into my groove.

Sidebar: can I tell you love love my job. I love the people I work for. Yes it is a faith based hospital but the amount of genuinely happy people who are willing to help you reach your goal :mind boggling:  Now I am sure I am using a very critical lense on my new employer. Given the fact that last employer was such a toxic environment, I was saying thank you for running me over with the bus I just cleaned and put gas in.

So how should I set my goals so that they are not overwhelming?
What ways have worked for you in keeping you on task??

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Oh yeah a new year, it’s a new day!

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I have been absent these few months. I was training at my new job. I did 4 weeks of first shift. Four weeks :o:o:o of 7 am starting work. Which meant getting up at 4:30 am:oops::oops::oops:. I survived  that ordeal, no one was harmed, maimed or even killed in that little experiment of Ms Lady is not a morning person.

I trained another two weeks on midnight. So enjoyable. Then two more weeks of having babysitters watch me work. 💵💵💵 easy money for them since I did all the work.

I am finally working my shift all by myself💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃😎  The only downside is being far removed from the action. It will take some getting use too.

So we have celebrated Thanksgiving 🍗🐖 Christmas  🎅🎁🎄  Told 2014 to kiss our collective asses 🎉📆🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺

2014 was a rough year. The world finally saw what happens when you allow white supremacy to grow unchecked. But even with evidence proving otherwise folks still think racial inequality is a thing of the past. 50 years after Selma we are still demanding to be seen as humans.

Hmm

Namaste