Desperate For My Mornings in Staying Connected

  • Aug. 29, 2020, 11:59 a.m.
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21 clients down. 6 clients to go.

Usually I only schedule 26 clients per week, and the only reason I was able to schedule 30 this week was because I scheduled 9am appointments on four of the days. Never again, you guys. It goes back to what I was talking about in my video entry. I need time to think and write, and I usually do that in the mornings. This week it has been nonstop. I wake up early. I eat, shower, and get ready in a flurry and start working before I’ve even been able to process my life. And I know I sound like a broken record, but to have a head cold on top of everything else has fucking aged me. If you saw my video, you saw the fucking wrinkles around my eyes. I look 40.

Next week, I am not starting before 10am. For the rest of my life, I am not starting before 10am. That’s a firm rule.

I had mentioned that the only thing keeping me from seeing 28 clients every week is childcare, but I decided that’s bullshit too. Yes, I have the energy and capability of seeing that many clients, but I want to spend time with my daughter. I don’t want to be that mom who works 40+ hours a week and doesn’t get to spend quality time with her children.

We’ll see, but all I know in this moment is that the system I had prior to my Washington trip—where I work 30 hours per week, see about 25 clients, and don’t start until after 10am—was working, and I can’t wait to get back to it.


Ferret Mom August 29, 2020

Do you have Labor Day off? Sounds like you could really use a 3 day weekend.

Original Rose Ferret Mom ⋅ August 29, 2020 (edited August 29, 2020)


I make my own schedule, but I most likely won't take Labor Day off because I need to give my clients a couple of weeks of notice if I make any changes to the schedule =( Plus, I just took a day off for my wedding anniversary and then the week to go to WA, and I don't get paid holidays. Hopefully I can just recover in bits and pieces over the next few weeks <3

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