So in the last month or so I've been in work a lot more than usual. When I say a lot more, I'm talking maybe an extra hour or two a day (when I don't necessarily need to be there).
You might think I'm a bit crazy and at first I did too. Due to whatever reason, I was getting to work waaay earlier than I needed to and found myself just getting stuff done. I am that person who thrives on productivity and there is some loose wire in my brain that seems to love it when I can plan my day, write lists and tick everything off - and then possibly write things down on the list that I've already done just so I can tick them off. Yes, I know it sounds crazy!
What I found though, that being in work longer than I needed to be was actually really good for me. Obviously I love my business and find myself working 'on' it when I'm not 'in' it, but sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming - especially when you're self employed like me. However, I found that by being there more and doing more made me want to do even more. I've really enjoyed it, like the place has become even more of a second home than it was before.
So what's my point? Why am I rambling on about this? Well, I believe the more you give, the more you get and this is so right in work too. When you spend more time there (than just the bare minimum) it all means j