Best way to tackle on annoying issues

vickylass By vickylass, 26th Jan 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Take time. Write a list of all your issues to be sorted and tick each one as you go along. Then, treat yourself to something nice for having completed your domestic issues.

Best way to tackle on annoying issues

When was the last time you tidied your domestic documents or had to deal with an issue that couldn't wait any longer?
Let's face it. Keeping domestic documents can be quite a nightmarish thing. Some people are so well organized as to keep them separate in folders or envelopes, putting stickers on each of them with names and dates. I'm not this sort and whenever I've tried to do it this way, it's been worse. My way is to keep each one in a drawer and keep them there as they arrive timely.
Yes, you've guessed it. Time and again, I'll have to spare some time to look in the drawer to see what I have and which ones may be discarded. It works pretty well for me.
Then, it comes when we've to go out to deal with other domestic issues such as going to the bank for whatever we have to sort out. We'll probably have to contact a council office for something we've applied or whatever, and so on and so forth. We may sometimes have to deal with some of these domestic issues that have to be done and we've been postponing till a suitable day, but this suitable day never seems to arrive.
Some people love having all their bills lodged in the bank, so the bank will pay them as they arrive. This is a comfortable way, but also a tricky one. If one's account is almost always on its limit, one will have to pop into the branch to lodge some money, so there's plenty of cash to pay them when they arrive. Another thing is that the bill will be paid straightaway on the first of every month whether one has money or not. If, for instance, I receive my electricity bill, I won't rush to pay, but I'll wait for a couple of their warnings. Then, I'll go to the bank to pay them, before I get the red warning, which is when they're likely to cut off my electricity. It isn't really a nuisance, but I let them wait and I pay when it's suitable for me... not for them!
When at last I decide that I've to go out to sort out few issues, I do it this way. I write my list and starting from the nearest one to my place, I tick each one as each one of them are done.
Phew! What a relief to see that all those issues that were waiting on the desk are sorted or almost!
Afterwards, I treat myself to something nice for having done my domestic homework.

(C} Copyright. Vicky Pino. January 26th 2015.


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author avatar GenkiWorld
26th Jan 2015 (#)

i find that to be the best way to deal with annoying issues too.

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