Day 143

Only one more week left at the kids game company…

Haven’t spoken with the director about it yet.

Haha director just sounds awesome. Reminds me of The Blacklist. ?

Anyway as it is now I’ll continue working there til at least June.

Today I have a postmortem about an app I did for the app company.

There are some things that went well and others things that didn’t go so well.

All in all it was a pretty decent start.

At the last company I started legendary so it was almost impossible to follow up.

That’s not to brag or anything but for some reason every job they gave me I was able to figure out and totally crush it in minimum time.

But after I was really in the routine and wasnt as motivated anymore I started to drop the ball more often.

I didn’t mean to but I just wasn’t feeling it anymore. Working for one boss was also weighing on me. Every day I would like it a little bit less.

Really peaked for like 6 months and then I just slowly burned out.

Right now I have this feeling some days. Not because I don’t like what I’m doing but because I’m just working to damn much.

I really need to recharge my batteries every week. Haven’t done that the last month (probably a little longer).

Having a night out where we all drink too much really helps for some reason.

Its not healthy at all but it actually is because I do need it occasionally to stay levelheaded.

Other things help too. Like having a nice evening with someone I love or doing sports.

Just some random thoughts I’m having. Tomorrow I’ll probably make more sense again ?

Daily balance:

Expected expenses today:

Expenses yesterday:
€ 0,00

€ 0,00

Expected income today:
€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

Balance personal account:
€ 152,21

Balance business account:
€ 199,14

€ 356,45

– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.450,26
– Personal:  € 7.458,66

Total Debt:
€ 75.443,08

Net worth day 143:
– € 75.096,73

€ 6.545


Currently reading this financial book:

Love Your Life Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want

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