Wow! So this is my last post of 2014,
It’s time everyone wipes their slate clean,
And welcomes the New Year with a smile,
It’s time to forget your old style.
No regrets, just continue down the road,
It’s time to get into the pleasant mode,
And make sure it will last,
It’s time to forget the haunting past.
Don’t worry about all those mistakes,
It’s time to take a couple of comforting breaks,
Do a lot with your life; you can do so much more,
It’s time – that’s what the countdown is for.
“Procrastination is like a credit card; it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill” – Christopher Parker
Sometimes I find it real hard to concentrate, so instead I procrastinate. Many of you probably have the same problem and let’s be honest here we all know no good comes out of procrastination. So from now on I am going to try and postpone procrastination. Maybe I can even make it my new year’s resolution. Hmm, maybe.
Finding a present for someone isn’t always the easiest thing – actually, it’s somewhat difficult. Either it’s for a birthday, wedding, Christmas, new year … it’s a never ending list as there happens to be tons of celebrations every year in different religions and cultures. The hundreds of options for gift ideas are endless; if you’ve thought of a couple possibilities it’s a headache narrowing it down to one or two. I don’t know if it’s just me but sometimes I can’t even bring one idea to mind.
Even if it’s my best friend or my mum occasionally I find it extremely arduous to find the perfect present. From time to time no idea comes to mind which some may perceive as strange depending on whom the present is for. Usually, I like to contemplate their interests and desires in order to help me out. But sometimes it just doesn’t work.
How do you decide on a present for someone?
Other times, or some would say all the time, money is an issue. It’s an economic factor that makes the world go round. Well not literally but in some sense maybe. This is perhaps a more significant issue for kids due to their lack of earnings however some adults may see this as an issue too. But how to overcome the money issue is the problem! Why not get creative? Let your mind flow freely and express your gratitude to the receiver.
Then another thought comes to mind; what if they don’t like the present?
Present hunting is exceptionally laborious. True or False?