April is a zombie. It ate my brain. Last thing I remember, it was still March.
Wherein I talk about whether I accomplished what I set out to do last month.
In which I tell the tale of a painting, and make a special offer to my readers.
Looking for a way to balance the brussel sprouts with the chocolate mochi filled with Nutella.
So, earlier this week I got to spend a little time tearing my hair out. I’d tried to install a shopping cart plugin to this “Website Woes”
Most time management books address your “typical 24 hour day.” This book asks you to look at, and schedule, what happens over the course of the week of 168 hours. It asks you to prioritize the time spent pursuing the things you most value, using the skills you are most competent with. The rest you ignore, minimize, or outsource.
Roads and ideas converge at a crossroads. I have been reading a lot over the past year: books and blogs, articles and essays. Fascinatingly, I “Starting with Why”
Earlier this week I hit “Reboot” on this blog. A computer analogy for the modern age? Indeed, but now I’m going to indulge an analogy “Gearing up in the Next Expansion”
I have been a freelancer for many decades now. I have made illustrations, I’ve done a bit of writing plus editing and game design. My “Rebooting the Freelancer”