Do you need to simplify or do you need to do more?

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Registered: 11-16-2001
Do you need to simplify or do you need to do more?
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Mon, 11-15-2010 - 12:55pm

I just received a newsletter with "How to simplify your life" as one of the article titles (or something like that.) A few weeks ago another newsletter offered to help one get more things done in a day!

Are you needing to simplify your life by prioritizing and cutting back on your activities, or are you looking to be more eifficient with your time so that you can get more things done?

Bonus questions:
Are you comfortable when you need to spend time with yourself and by yourself?

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Registered: 01-03-2001

I need to be more efficient which means



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Registered: 08-16-2001

I think I'm fine as I am but I also lead a different lifestyle than most.

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Registered: 08-07-2007
Tue, 11-16-2010 - 11:12am
libelulle wrote:

I just received a newsletter with "How to simplify your life" as one of the article titles (or something like that.) A few weeks ago another newsletter offered to help one get more things done in a day!

Are you needing to simplify your life by prioritizing and cutting back on your activities, or are you looking to be more eifficient with your time so that you can get more things done?

Bonus questions:
Are you comfortable when you need to spend time with yourself and by yourself?

I feel best when I'm active & busy.

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Registered: 01-31-2005
Tue, 11-16-2010 - 11:27am

I probably need to be more efficient with my time, so that I can get more done. I tend to be lazy, especially on the weekends.

I am very happy and content to be alone. I am a classic introvert.

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Registered: 11-16-2001

Carol, I know exactly what you mean! When there's someone waiting for things that I've worked on, I am incredibly more efficient with my time management and work speed...

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Registered: 11-16-2001

Molly, it's nice when one can work at one's own pace.

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Registered: 11-16-2001

Hi Amy,

I can relate to how you feel. It's really nice to know that we've accomplished what we set out to do, and to know that our day has been lived fully.

I am glad that you are now comfortable with and by yourself. That's something to be proud of :-)

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Registered: 11-16-2001

Ting, sometimes I think that you are my long-lost twin heh heh... I need to be more efficient with my time, too.

On the boards you don't come across as an introvert at all.

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Registered: 08-07-2007
I think so too, Poppy. There was a time in my life (most of my life actually) when I didn't like being alone at all. I've learned to like myself more and l no longer feel lonely when it's just me around. :)

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Registered: 01-31-2005
Wed, 11-17-2010 - 10:31am

LOL We do have a lot in common! I am much more outgoing online. I've become a lot more outgoing and social IRL, but some social situations and other events really wear me out, especially if I don't know the people well. As long as I have time alone to re-energize, I'm ok. It's a balancing act.

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