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aaaaggggh I cannot be bothered with work any more! I just want to pack it all in to live and work in a Dojo.
I would happily take on the responsibility of finances and maintenance and setting up courses just to avoid work right now.
Just imagine how heavenly it would be to have martial arts become your entire life.
Know when to ask for help. That's always been my problem. The thing is though I love the fact that you can come to Aikido every session and learn things. It's not that you dont need to try it's just that there is always stuff to learn... People are relying on you in certain ways but not in others. At work I never seem to improve, Imust have done but I seem to be so SHIT at organising searches at arranging informaito and avoid certain things for so long that I can't ask for help because it's too late and people will know that I'm not focusing properly.
yuk, I hate feeling like this...
I could do with a week away at a yoga/buddhist retreat.