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Bianca Bee
Bianca Bee
Bianca Bee

Life is complex and makes many demands of you. As such, from time to time, it can be easy to suddenly remember that you’ve totally neglected something you should have been taking care of. This is not necessarily something you should feel ashamed of, sometimes the ‘should’ is not as possible as others may think. 

Of course, this usually translates to the smaller things, like the fact that you haven’t attended a dentist appointment in such a while, or haven’t been to the gym, rather than an essential priority like looking after our children.

That doesn’t make our forgetfulness easier to deal with, and you’re liable to curse yourself for being so absent-minded. However, this can become a lesson. Perhaps you’re not silly or narrow-minded, maybe you just made a genuine mistake, or have an avenue to fix the issue by resolving it using today as the starting point. You’d be surprised just how much can be fixed, and how reaffirming your focus can make such a difference.

With that in mind, please consider the following:

Figure Out Where You Left The Track

Sure, ruminating on the fact that you haven’t been keeping up with responsibility is not necessarily that fruitful, once you’ve noticed an issue, then fixing it is a good use of focus. There’s no reason to chastise yourself because it’s not as if you were willingly absent-minded, life just sometimes happens. However, it’s good to figure out exactly what progress might be lost, if you need to start again, or how to set that momentum back on track. Perhaps applying to retake your term exam with your university could be the best place to start. When you know your last movements, you can retrace your steps and ultimately find the path more easily.

Identify The Scope Of The Issue

It’s good to properly identify the scope of the problem and what your differing focus may have done to contribute to it. For instance, if you find that because you forgot to plan for pest prevention this year, you’ve started to notice a few droppings and signs of life in your garage. Identifying how big the problem could be, blocking off the entrance so that more pests don’t show up, and then moving to the next step will help the issue thanks to your proactive approach.

Invest In Resolving The Problem & Make A Schedule

It may be that you need professional help to resolve the problem. For instance, a dental issue left unattended to may be better aided by a reliable dentist able to help properly inform you as to what reparative work needs to be done, and how you can prevent this problem from becoming such a burden next time around. Then, we can make a schedule so that we never need to be absent-minded again, like scheduling regular dentist visiting dates, or planning our diet once more.

With this advice, you’re certain to return to the plans you may have needed to focus on all along.


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