Last week I decided to take one day off from writing here. It had been about a month since I hadn’t written anything but I wanted to test something out.
You see, accessing the power of computers I’m able to see where in the world my readers come from and how long they’ve spend on my site.
Now before you get all nervous, I can only see the cities from which the links originated.
For example, the other day someone in Hong Kong accessed my site for about 30 minutes – and a big thank you goes out to that person.
Glad to know I’m of service.
One thing that I learn from using this software is that viewership drops on the weekend.
So it got me thinking, what is it with weekends?
From Monday to Friday we’ve got appointments to keep, things to do and simply don’t have enough time in the day to get everything done.
It’s all go, go, go.
But when the weekends roll around we ease up.
We kick back, put up our feet and watch our favorite shows or get together for a few drinks with our friends.
It’s our time after all.
The funny thing is that we invest 40 plus hours a week into our job but forget to invest any in ourselves.
We must remember that for us to have a brighter future, we must become better.
And what better time to do that than on the weekends when we have time to spare.
I’m not saying you can’t have any fun, I’m just saying that we should spend at least one or two hours building ourselves a better life.
The weekends have a seductive power that most of us succumb to.
For years my sofa and TV were my best friends on the weekends.
These days we’re still friends, but I have books, audio sessions and business DVDs to keep me company as well, not to mention my lovely family.
So, what will you do next weekend?