Thought for the day: Priorities

So, lately I have had some things come up and I realised I need to prioritize my time here in London.

(due to the questionable status of my visa)

I have been working my ass off at this job I have to help making staying in London less stressful.
However, recently I have come to conclusion that this job IS the extra stress that is making me slightly miserable.

I have been working 40+ hours a week at this job…with no positive outcome.

I’ve lost weight. It causes headaches. And there is more drama that I would like to have in my life, especially when it is unnecessary drama.

I have made the decision to focus more on enjoying my time in London rather than keep myself so busy that I don’t enjoy it while I have this amazing opportunity.

No more weekends shall I work.

The weekends are going to be my time to catch up with friends. Spend quality time with my boyfriend. and love my time in London.

Also, I need time to look for a work sponsorship and attempt to sort out this visa situation.

I certainly can’t do all of that when I am always exhausted and sitting at work EVERY DAY!

So, bye-bye busy working girl…hello prioritized, London loving girl.

🙂

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  1. William H Walker

     /  November 16, 2012

    Jordan, not a bad recipe for your life in general. Figure out your real priorities, focus on them, ignore the rest. Works for me, and it will for you too. William H. Walker, Esq. The Law Office of William H. Walker, Chartered whw@walkeratty.com Phone: (727) 821-3060 4699 Central Avenue, Suite 102 St. Petersburg, FL 33713 IRS Circular 230: Pursuant to requirements of practice before the Internal Revenue Service, any tax advice contained in this communication (including any attachments) is not intended to be used, and cannot be used, for purposes of (i) avoiding penalties imposed under the United States Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing, or recommending to another person any tax-related matter. Virus Disclaimer: Although our Firm attempts to scan e-mail and attachments for viruses, it does not guarantee that either is virus-free and accepts no liability for any damage sustained as a result of a virus.

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  2. WHY COULDN’T YOU HAVE DONE THIS WHILE I WAS THERE?! WAHHH. Love you anyway.

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