7 Little Changes That’ll Make a Big Difference With Your office with sofa
I love my office with a sofa and a desk. I work in my office, then take a nap, and then hit a few more meetings. The sofa makes everything so much more relaxing. Evenings are spent drinking coffee and watching tv. It’s a great place to be. The office is my sanctuary and the sofa is my refuge.
I actually get called in to make all my important decisions. Which is why I love my office. My office really is my sanctuary.
The office is very safe, because it is the only place in the world where you can make decisions without fear of being sued for slander. But don’t get too comfortable with the office. After a couple hours, you’ll need to head home and grab a second round of drinks.
I don’t mean that in the sense that you have to have a second round of drinks so you don’t get drunk. I mean that to be more of a general statement. Drinking too much can have a negative impact on your work performance. In my opinion, and I think this is true for most people, the only way to truly be a successful and accomplished alcoholic is to be so drunk you don’t remember anything that happened before you passed out.
The problem with being an alcoholic is that you can’t really do anything about it. You can’t stop drinking, you can’t quit drinking, you can’t change your drinking habits. You just keep drinking and drinking and drinking until you cant drink anymore.
I think that being an alcoholic is an issue that everyone has. There are many factors that go into the severity of a problem, and the way you deal with the problem is a big one. If you cant stop drinking and you stay drunk, that takes the alcohol out of your life and you lose access to the things that helped you stop being an alcoholic in the first place.
As I stated before, I’m not an alcoholic, but I will admit to having a few drinks here and there. But my problem is that I don’t quit drinking as much as I should. I’m not telling you to drink less, I’m telling you to quit drinking.
I have no idea how to deal with that, but if you cant get your act together, you will continue to have other issues. I know that I have had a few drinks at one point that lead me to drinking more than I should. But it didn’t last long enough for me to get any negative consequences.
That said, I have had a few drinks on occasion that have had negative consequences. For example, two drinks on the same night that you start seeing things that you dont normally see while you are drunk. Or you start drinking and then go to bed and then have a few drinks the next day. Or you drink and then end up drunk the next day. Or you start drinking and then end up not drinking. Or you start drinking and then end up with a hangover.
I’m not sure if I’m allowed to say it, but I have had a few drinks that have impacted me negatively in my personal life. As the saying goes, “the glass is half empty” and “the glass is half full” are two very different things. One of those drinks was a coke. I had a drink because my friend had one and it was the only thing we had in common. The other drink was a joint that my then-girlfriend and I were smoking.