Howdy folks. Been a little quiet on Shambolic Living the last few days but I’M BACK. Last week proved to be a tad overwhelming – dealing with the loss of a loved pet, helping to coordinate a massive work event and a quick trip to Sydney to take the kids to the Harry Potter Exhibition and then for a touch of art culture at the Picasso Exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
In the hurly burly the precious blog got stalled (lesson learnt need to have a few blog posts up my sleeve ready to autopost so you guys won’t be able to tell I’m gone).
Welcome to the folk who have discovered the blog in the last few days and apologies to all who have commented recently – although I haven’t responded I have been reading them all – checking in on my I-phone but my limited technical ability coupled with a teeny weeny screen with a midget keyboard that means everything I type comes littered with typos meant I haven’t been able to reply.
The week just gone saw work/home responsibilities collide in a jarring wreck of twisted stress and emotion. In that situation the “hobby” had to be ditched so obligations could be met and children in distress comforted. Curious to know if anyone has any strategies for when life simply gets too much? Although I had to make adjustments it’s no big deal in the long term, we’ll be back on track this week, however, when the stresses extend not just for days but into weeks and months how do you restructure your life to ensure your sanity? Just interested to know your thoughts on this issue.