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Finding Balance

As I have been doing a lot to get a new job recently, from writing applications to doing research on companies. I have seen endless CVs and Cover Letter recently to attending interviews and actually still going to my job, my life has been a little out of wack.

From the blog post title, I've lost my mojo. I am kind of out of balance.

It feels like all of the things that I love are going under the radar. It is not part of my daily life anymore, which is making me disappointed In my life. Even as I am writing this I am on my week off, and the same is still happening. It's a little better but I know there is still so much I want to do/

I have tried so hard to keep everything together but something always goes wrong. As I try to keep myself well, reading all the books I can, blogging, I can feel all the plates spinning. 

And it feels like at any moment everything is going to fall. 

I think that it already has and I am trying to pick up the pieces. 

It's the analogy of you can have all of these things but there is always going to be that one thing that is missing. When you love a lot of things, telling yourself that you have don't have infinite time in the world, it's hard. Really hard.

So I am trying to keep all of the plates spinning. All the things that I love having priority in my life.

I always that I am good at time management but this is showing me that might not be the case. Maybe I just need to plan a little more.

Either way, I hope that I can fix my problem soon and find my balance. 

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