Priorities. Remember this?
I was doing some hanging one night, and I ran out of things to read. So I did a search for the old PE forums on Ezboard to look over some old, and very old posts. I found the 2nd post I ever made at PE forums. It was about priorities and being frustrated that I kept making PE my number one priority.
You should see some familiar faces in there. Here it is: Dated (8/28/01 8:50 pm)Time Constraints/Priorities
Reflecting on it, some things are more balanced. I don’t change my whole schedule around PE, like I used to in the past. Its more like a puzzle, in that everything has its own piece and its own certain place on the board that makes the puzzle complete. Each piece is as important as the next, because without the missing piece, you can’t put together a puzzle.
PE isn’t my clear cut number one priority like it used to be, but its up there as one of the important things that are apart of my life. I can’t get around it, and I probably won’t until I reach my goals. They’re my final goals, 9x6. I see the end of the tunnel of this long PE career. Having a big dick is very important to me, but I’ve achieved that, but I’m hung up on the numbers… on the goals. When I took that 7 week break from PE, I realized a few things. I was missing out on alot of things. Even just the freedom of going out, and not having to worry about getting home to get your PE routine for the day was, refreshing. I got back into better shape physically, which made it obvious to me that while PE was having a positive effect on one aspect of my life, it was also having a negative effect. Other areas of my life were suffering, not too badly though. My mind set wasn’t clear either. If I found a girl that was gf material, my first thought would be, if she was taking away from my PE time. How am I going to get my PE done if she takes up apart of my day? PE, along with working out, my career, education, friends and family are whats important to me. Those are my pieces to my puzzle, you can say.
Like Dance told me in the post, theres always enough time to get things done, you just need proper time management. We waste alot of our time doing things that aren’t important to us, but we do it because we’re lazy, unmotivated, or we procrastinate. Atleast recently I can now do hanging while studying, reading, or just when I need a mental break. If we actually focused on things that were important to us, and try to excel in those areas, we’d probably be better off.
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