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/May/2014

Another Bad Start

By: thephoenix11 @ 21:23 (EDT) / 193 / Comment ( 2 )

Well after reviewing my last 3 months and thinking i had my wounds all licked and my head in shape to put it behind me and move positively forward here i am again.

Two games down and two bad finishes Another bad start to the month.

Distraction is to blame partly as it's taken longer to clear my schedule than i thought so whilst ironing during the first game and cooking my breakfast during the second i made some pretty rushed decisions and of course the lack of focus lead to some pretty bad decisions also.

Well time to get it right and now is crucial as i don't want to be scrambling at the end of the month again so with 4.5 hours until tournament number 3 it's full on work time to banish those distractions.

And hopefully i'll get done quickly so i can squeeze a lesson from the school in.

The pain continues..........

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