Sitting in front of me is a Dell Axim PDA. I really enjoy it, think it could be extremely useful to me in my job and life.
And why in the world do I need to do all this?
Because although I have been turning things around recently with a diet, my health and things like that, I have yet to turn everything else around. I sit on the computer on my free time, I don’t plan my time well, making it hard for me to accomplish some of my other goals. Time I could be spending riding on my exercise bike, I’m doing something online even if there’s nothing to do.
I do want to do other things. I’d like to write a little. Do some more photography. Read a bit more. Maybe even play a little more PS2. The computer isn’t that big of a deal. I still like to mess around on it. Whether it be with my website, or the blog, gallery, a couple other boards etc. , I enjoy it. And I don’t plan on cutting it out of my daily routine, no matter what. I’ve never claimed I’ll do that and don’t plan on doing it.
And there sits my Axim.
It’s a lightweight item and does wonders, if used. Datebook, contacts, a way to carry files — all sorts of good stuff. But it sits in the charger staring at me, as if to say “Yo, idiot, use me!”
Yet I let it sit there and hurt its feelings.
I want to become better organized and utilize my time a lot better. In college, I was mildly organized and had decent time management. Now? pfiff. My time management sucks balls.
I work 4-12. I come home and stay up playing online until 3 a.m. or later. I sleep until like noon. I wake up, check email and message boards, shower and go to work. Also working at a six-day, I rarely get two days off back-to-back. So it seems my days off are spent: sleeping in and playing around online. Sometimes I’ll go watch a movie or run some errands. Outside of that, notta.
Becoming organized and having some time management would be fantastic.
Now I just have to find a way to do it.
Something tells me Axim has some answers. If I listen.
But hell, who has time to listen??