I am all tied in knots trying to do too many things all at the same time. Prolly not the first time.
There's wet washing in the machine needing to be hung.
I'm half way through a really gripping lesson at Sketchbook Skool with Ian Fennelly, but an ETSY order came in that I had to pack and send off (which is GREAT!) but that took me away.
While out I had to get the child (who is online schooling due to the lockdown) some lunch.
Mum needed me to do some admin bumph the instant I returned.
When I sat back down, a distracting email told me my website subscription was about to expire (WHAT?!) so I checked and yes! So now I've gone and changed my plan and chosen one that embeds an online shop INTO my website, so I've now got TWO online shops...
Consequence is I have to diddle the website to make the two online shop business make sense. As if that could ever make sense.
I need to adjust the setting on some items in the existing online ETSY shop so they don't automatically renew when their time's up if they don't sell in the meantime.
I need to work out why the heck my printer is printing everything in mirror reverse. (WTAJF?!)
I really want to do a painting.
The pup hasn't been walked.
I'm supposed to do some ferrying of books or clothes or something from my old bedroom into my new bedroom, just to make it feel like some progress has been made today, particularly before my body gives out.
There's some serious NDIS paperwork that needs to be completed.
And I haven't thought about dinner.
Is that enough?
I'm off to walk the dog. A nice loooong stroll. We're allowed out for two hours. That might do it.
I hope nothing intervenes between me and the door. There's about 25 steps.
Have a lovely day. Oh, and do remember to breathe.