*Sunday Ramblings is a weekly post where we share our personal anecdotes and thoughts. These posts won’t necessarily be directly related to In the Rough, but the likelihood is that they will be while creating a transparent look into the business.*
*This is Volume 4*
Here we are again. How is it I continue to miss writing on the other six days of the week?! At least my Sunday posts seem to be sticking. I’ll make sure it stays that way, so whoever is reading this little piece of internet has new fun things to discover.
The last little while has felt like it went by in a flash. It somehow feels like I’ve been over-promising and under-delivering, but that’s not the case at all. I’ve been on top of most things (don’t look over at my couch-turned-laundry-basket of clothes that need to be folded and put away), and I keep thinking of awesome ideas that I want to put into fruition but time is fleeting so my to-do list gets longer. By the way, do you know anyone who wants a decent sized collection of old records? I’ve read countless articles about the merits of to-do lists. Some articles claim that they’re ridiculous and the only thing you get with a to-do list is adding things to said list, while on the other hand these experts claim that a to-do list is the only way people get anything done. It’s really incredibly difficult to figure out which type of person you are without trying. I can hold many things in my brain, too many in fact, but there are some very positive merits to writing things down and being able to cross things off a list as you finish them. I am learning that some things just never get crossed off to-do lists, especially those tasks affiliated with a business. I’m still feeling like I’m in a love-hate relationship with my ever-expanding list but I’m trying to embrace and wrangle it into a loving, nurturing, and helpful tool. Despite this, it’s been a great week. I re-discovered a band I haven’t listened to in far too long (can’t stop listening to this song), I worked a lot, made brownies for my coworkers so we survive the week, and even learned a bit about contract brewing! If only the weather would warm up I’d really be happy! 🙂