You've been working very hard. This has caused you to neglect your friends. Skipping parties and celebrations has driven a wedge between you and your loved ones. It's time to remedy the situation. Reach out to someone who has always been there for you. Offer a sincere apology for your behaviour and ask for forgiveness. It may take a few tries to get back into their good graces. Be patient and persistent. Let this be a lesson about striking a better balance between your personal and professional lives.Resist the temptation to run up a lot of debt. The next time you are tempted to go shopping, reach out to your best friend or romantic partner instead. Talk about your frustrations. If you regret some decisions you made when you were younger, vow to make a fresh start. Take and use the power of the present moment. The same opportunities won't be available to you now, but similar ones can be pursued. Adjust your focus and make a new plan.
I Am Looking For
Some who realises that work is something that drives me - and can deal with this as they are focused and have ambitions and drive of their own - some strong enough to make me enjoy life, rather than letting me spend all of it working.
Published writer, theatre producer, Chairman of The Okai Collier Company. Hard working, not too hard on the eye, Trustee of a number of Charities. Spend most of time in the office or on a theatre stage working, free time is rare and therefore to be enjoyed to the max. Spent early years living and working abroad, now based in London. Have spent many a night on the razzle, looking for something a little bit more sedate and relaxed thesedays.
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