I haven’t had a haircut in more than a year- I was telling M. as we rode our bikes on our way to home. The conversation progressed with numerating how many things we haven’t accomplished in a while. We both agreed at the moment we shuffle a lifestyle that perhaps would characterize us as overachievers. During one week we work, socialize (at least we try to see all our friends), exercise, manage a household and blog. It is actually a lot isn’t it?! Then how come other people manage to perform more? How do they do it?
One would suggest excellent organization skills and sacrifice mundane everyday activities such as sleeping and self-cooked warm meals. I am working on the first and can’t (won’t give up) on the last. Most of you who read my blog are bloggers as well, I would love to read how to guys manage your time. So far I’ve sacrificed couch time, I do not watch any series (shocking I know) and reading. I suppose I’ll have to watch Game of Thrones when I retire. Honestly it is not a hardship and I wouldn’t want this post to be perceived as a complain, blogging does make me happy. The point I would like to make is, one always find time to do what one loves. The rest is simply excuses…
P.S Last night we spend the time watching behind the scenes of Benedict Cumberbatch acting Smaug in Hobbit (AMAZING), as I said no hardship at all.
Photography by Maks Bulatov