Labor Day Challenge – Day 4 – Be Prompt

September 9th, 2011

Welcome back to my ramblings about the Labor Day Challenge. It is explained here, and feel free to go here to see the previous days.
So far everything is still going according to plan, even though I have needed to make slight schedule adjustments to make it happen. One thing I have been working on everyday is being on time, specifically on time for work. Currently I live in Broken Arrow and I am always proud of those days. I am usually one or two minutes behind trying to rush into the door. There always seems to be different reasons for being late, sometimes it is construction…

Sometimes it is Shelia the cat…

Sometimes I get behind slow drivers…

Sometimes I have car trouble and have to improvise…

Whatever the reason, I am trying to not be late for work for the next 6 weeks. So far, so good. It’s been easy, one day I stayed in Tahlequah and another Kristin had a doctor’s appointment. Regardless, I know I will struggle with this one everyday, because so much can happen in my hour’s drive.
Being prompt is something that has been typically hard for my extended family. I have read about cultures in Africa where there is no concept of time, and I need to start with my Labor Day Challenge.
I am accomplishing this by going to bed earlier, getting up earlier, picking out my clothes the night before and 10 minutes, but until then I am hoping the techniques I am using will get me to work on time!  Like everything else I am attempting during the Labor Day Challenge, I hope this carries over to being prompt in all areas of my life!
Does it drive you crazy to be late? Does it not matter at all?? Hit me up and other medications may affect the way it’s works, causing side effects. Do not use unwanted medicines. Take Levitra to your local drugstore which will dispose of them for you.