I mentioned in a previous post that J and I were creating a business plan that could assist us with our post-retirement sustainability plan. I mentioned I would continue to sell jewelry as the area we are looking at retiring to has a great cruise ship business. Well, J is also getting in on the "crafting" experience. Here are some of his Surfing Flamingo creations (wine bottle candle lanterns and wine bottle wind chimes). I personally LOVE them, but then again, I'm kinda bias. Tell your friends - we will ship with the US, Canada and internationally too!
That’s what I feel like I’ve been doing lately – slacking, procrastinating, stalling or diddlefarting – the act of doing very little, while appearing to be very busy. Diddlefarting is an art form and I’m proud to say that I have mastered it through many years of practice.
In my previous jobs, I had plenty of time on my hands, so I became creative with how to pass time while maintaining the sense of having an extreme workload. If you want, you can read about the finer details here. *Disclaimer: Results may vary. Use at your own risk.
Now, I’m very busy (for real), but with that said, I’m feeling burnt out this week and with that comes lack of motivation to work on the mundane task of this job. So, for the time being, I’ve brought out the binders and sticky notes and it’s time to practice a little diddlefarting.