Now, that’s a big word for such a boring blog post. I learned the word, lackadaisical in 6th grade. I’m sure you all were tortured through weekly vocabulary lessons where you learned words that would barely stick with you past a week. Lackadaisical stuck with me. Not for it’s actual meaning really, but because when I was in 6th grade, I loved daisies.
Most of my lifestyle at home is fairly lackadaisical lately. I work for 8 hours, making maps, and I come home to do what seems like barely anything. It’s lame — really lame.
I remember having a post-it calendar completely full of meetings, classes, projects to work on, deadlines to meet. Now, it’s empty and fairly flexible to get things done. I’ve tried to make goals for myself, but they really no longer interest me.
It’s so weird that I’m polar opposite in my career. I try to impress, want to learn more and constantly explore the software to teach myself new things, to eventually get a GISP.
I wish I could find the drive to sew more, blog more, clean more or even care enough to not let my puppy get away with too much.
How do you get out of a funk like this? Are you in a lackadaisical funk when it comes to home life?
P.S. Just a word from the last post about my dSLR, I would like to thank the hubs for driving 1 hour out of his way to get me my dSLR camera on major clearance. He wanted a shout-out here, so here’s his shout-out! Go hubs. 🙂