Structuring yourself

So I’ve been waiting about a month to start a new job and I have been out of school for about three. I have always either been in school or working. There has never been such a long peroid of time (except when I have been sick in the hospital) where I was completely in charge of what to do with myself. Not that school and working weren’t my choice, but you know what I mean…

Structuring your time is probably one of the hardest things a person can do. I find myself on the verge of complete lethargy, which could easily turn into a depressive state if I had nothing to look forward to in the near future.

This brings me to the point of this post. When working with clients who for one reason or another have little to do with their days, it is important to discuss options for structuring one’s time. For example, are there organizations that could use a volunteer a few days a week? Are there inexpensive classes available through various community organizations? How about just getting out of the house for a few hours and reading in a coffee shop? Of course, lets not forget the idea of beginning an art project. Time flies when you are in a state of creation.

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