Last week I didn't know which direction I was looking in.
I've got a lot going on you see, and am feeling like there's some major life decisions looming - and to be honest I'm nervous about facing them. Thanks to the relative insecurity of my (otherwise terrific) job, I am seriously considering seeking new employment. One child is fast approaching a potential school change as she is in Year 6. The ridiculous size of my mortgage is leaving me feeling financially strapped. I just had a mountain of blood tests and if the Doctors supposition turns out to be correct there's going to be some major lifestyle changes happening right here. My car is making all kinds of scary noises and asking (more and more vociferously) to be be retired to trade-in heaven.
Life is good, don't get me wrong, but like most people, it seems that sometimes all the ''stuff'' happens at once and appears in an insurmountable pile that demands attention, right now.
I've often used the expression ''sometimes not making a decision is the right decision''. That's worked out OK for me up until now, but I'm getting closer and closer to the point of ultimatum. My right brain tendencies suggest that I'll make a list of pros and cons, get some specialist advice, be rational. The usually stifled left brain arrangement means I'll most likely ignore my gut instincts. Ahhh decisions, why are you so difficult to communicate with!?!?
How do you make decisions? Once made do you stick with them or do you tend to prevaricate until there's no time left?