I started my personal development journey about 18 months ago, this involved having goals as to what I wanted to achieve over the course of the next year or two.
I have been learning along the way and trying new things and getting rid of things that don't work for me.
However, over the past few days I have been reflecting on the last year and half. My personal explanation as to why I haven't achieved as much as I should have is due to my current working setup:
I live in a shared house, so have my own room but share the bathroom and kitchen. My room is fairly small. Perhaps the size of a large bathroom. I don't work in the day (still looking for employment), but have a job in the evenings 4 days a week. So during the day I am free to work on my improving myself.
I feel that I don't achieve very much whilst in my room. As soon as I get up I land on the computer, do some pointless browsing, procrastination and 2 hours go by. I might attend a dew to-do lists tasks, God forbid they require the computer, then I'll most likely also spend more time doing 'other research'.
I found getting away from my home allows me to focus better. There are no distractions in the library, for example.
Now, I don't know whether my lack of progress is attributable to my lifestyle, or current setup, or simply down to laziness. If the latter, how do I tackle it?