End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen As writers, we all tread the same path, and the end of a year punctuates our successes and failures. I love how we can plan out our goals and follow up on them, success and loss. Many of you have kept me accountable with what I wanted to accomplish and what I managed to do. As the year wanes, I am certainly having moments of reflection. I did some things right, and some were just not done. It’s fun to tell my blog followers when I make a

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Before you kick the bucket, you should know…

Before you kick the bucket, you should know…

Recently, my daughter and I were discussing bucket lists. She said she has a mental one, nothing written down. I do too, but feel the need to begin writing it down as I seem to forget more than I remember these days. If you are like me, and want to address some things before you kick the bucket, maybe this post will help. I feel like I have spent my life seeking reality. Real people, real values, real solidity in nature, just real “stuff”. I have learned now, I think, to not pay so much attention to other people and

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Ebook Series: PDF fun

Ebook Series: PDF fun

info about your PDF is coming but first… It has been said that a writer should own their own content. That means you should have it residing on YOUR own machine, not a server somewhere in the ether. The reason being that if you don’t own your own stuff, that other place could go out of business and you could lose your data. This has happened to me. The chances of it happening to a behemoth like Amazon is slight, however. But it COULD technically happen. So, having said that, I am going to tout the prospect of putting your

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The Best Way to Stop Worry

The Best Way to Stop Worry

Not long ago I posted about my business(es) and how I know business like nobody’s business. Well, that is true, but still, I am not a complete winner. Yes, as I hang my head, I have failed at stuff. Like leaving a job that is paying more money than I have ever made for another job to work from home. Not a good plan. Things that seem to good to be true oftentimes are just that. Yet, for me, failure is no long an option. I cannot afford to fail any longer but I refuse to worry about making a

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