Sculpting life.

February 1, 2009

It’s a Rubik’s Cube for a lazy person. Pretty funny, no?

I was going to say it’s a lazy day, and it is, but i haven’t been that lazy. I’ve put most of my stuff together to pack for Nashville, made some progress on my vision board, played with Riley, talked on the phone, looked at real estate on line and started gathering laundry. I’ve also done some client work.

Still, I’m feeling lazy. I have to go to the gym. I have to do some more client work. I have to actually wash the clothes.

I don’t want to do any of it.

This is the first time in a long time that I’ve felt overscheduled. I can see that something has to go. And I think that something will be going sooner, rather than later. and that something will not be my new business, my dog or my personal life.

Just a little life sculpting. Or editing.

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