We finally made it home. After hours of memorizing that airport back and forth, the people walking, the babies crying, the passengers demanding some kind of accommodation, I finally got home and eventually made it to my room.
I crashed as usual and didn’t open my eyes until late in the afternoon.
For a moment I wondered where I was, then voila, I’m home.
And although I enjoy writing, I decided I was too tired to even open my laptop. So I took a break from social life, no Facebook or twitter, just the ocean, truly enjoying people watching and people being high on happiness.
Here by the ocean, I have enough time to recharge and to think about my future options.
My friend whom I’m staying with told me that her parents will be visiting for Christmas and so I knew that was coming. I will have to move out and pronto.
She wants to paint my room and fix some things around the house before they get here.
I was reading a book the other day “The Millionaire Fastlane” I know right! That book is the antithesis of what my lifestyle is well, maybe not completely.
Anyway, the author uses a technique to decide whether he should make a decision or not, you know those tough ones. In my case I feel stuck, I can’t afford LA, so should I move to Durham and help my friend out with his carpet cleaning business?
That is the question.
The idea is to make a table and assign a numerical value to each category that you consider important to you. The choice with the highest score is the right one.