Motivation, or lack of

llamedos

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Anyone else really struggling for motivation or is it just me? Never had this problem before but since a few weeks before Christmas I seem to have been struck by a massive case of can't be bloody arsed.

Can't decide if it's the dark morning, short days or what it is.

Anyone any ideas to reboot me and get me going again?

Me too, time of year, need some sunshine on our backs, even a few bright days would do, sick of the dreary mist & drizzle.
 
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Devon
Anyone else really struggling for motivation or is it just me? Never had this problem before but since a few weeks before Christmas I seem to have been struck by a massive case of can't be bloody arsed.

Can't decide if it's the dark morning, short days or what it is.

Anyone any ideas to reboot me and get me going again?

Yep, work less..

And don't spend the weekends cleaning vans/ moving kit for Monday morning, take time out!
 

phillipe

Member
Anyone else really struggling for motivation or is it just me? Never had this problem before but since a few weeks before Christmas I seem to have been struck by a massive case of can't be bloody arsed.

Can't decide if it's the dark morning, short days or what it is.

Anyone any ideas to reboot me and get me going again?
i am going on holiday in 2 weeks somewhere warm and peaceful,i find it gives me motivation to get done for holiday,plus when i return the nights would have drawn out a bit,only 3 weeks till the clocks move,its difficult this time of year with getting up in the dark and getting home in the dark,you always need something tp look forward to,dosn"t matter how small ,you need somthing or a target to keep on going,keep at it ,simon
 

phillipe

Member
Had weekend off and feel worse than ever now
also i dont work sundays anymore,just cant do it anymore ,get away from house ,work etc on your days off do something different,i have been known to play golf now and again anything to get your mind off work,leave the phone at home now and again,try to forget work now and then,lots of little things they all help
 
Location
Devon
I fecking hate sport. I have a pool table in a building that I go and spend an hour or two on but thats about it.

Went to York to see a few friends..... and look at some jobs :oops:

Lol then you didn't take the weekend off....

You need to shut the door at 5 pm on Fri and forget about it until 8 am on Mon..

Sport will make you feel better/ motivated etc, even walking will help.

You need to do something totally different.
 

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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