I can do anything for six months. Yup, I have said that phrase so many times.
I have used it often to refer to a particular stint in a real estate management office downtown that proved to me that many adults are way more childish than any children ever could be.
I am heading back to my trusty saying yet again. I can do anything for six months.
I have stated recently that I would like to start cutting back on my work load. While I am grateful that I have work to do in these times, I have felt that my home runs more smoothly when I am not overloaded at work. I still stand by this.
However, I have also put it out into the universe that I would really like to realize a dream that my husband and I share of purchasing a vacation home in Palm Springs, CA. So you can see how these two goals might clash a little bit with one another...
Over the past week I have received no less than 3 requests from my 4 major clients to do some extra projects for the next while- covering about six months time to be exact.
Funny how that's kind of my threshold for doing things that I don't really want to do before I get really burnt out. Funny how the end of that time frame would put me right at the point when we are planning to start property shopping (in the summer heat when no one in their right mind would look to buy in Palm Springs). Funny how when you say something, you'd better be ready to put your money where your mouth is.
I'm grateful. And I'm doin' it with a smile on my face.