Thinking Positive

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I’ve been talking the last few days about feeling indecisive and directionless.

I still am, but I have decided to approach everything with a positive attitude.

I may not know where I am going, but at least I can enjoy getting there.

The next few days will be busy for me, so I am really challenging myself to stay on target with what I want to accomplish.

So far, so good. 🙂

Projects ahead of me at the moment:

  • Consolidating land/holdings in SL – possibly moving ??
  • Opening a photography business in SL – eek!
  • Working on getting my SL blog syndicated
  • Streamlining my SL workflow  – social media, photos, blogging, etc.
  • Figuring out how to self-publish a book (if you have any info/tips – throw ’em at me!)
  • Working on my next book
  • Learning more about Photoshop
  • Continue working through the black hole I call inventory 🙂

As you can see, I have lots of projects.

I’m going to have to get used to more mobile working, I think.

I have a smartphone and an iPad, so I’m hoping I can make more use of them to get things done while I’m out and about (say, like waiting two hours between kids’ sporting events).

I always think I don’t have enough time, but I am trying to change my attitude about that as well.

I have a sign on my desk that reminds me that I have exactly the same number of hours in a day as everyone else.

Learning to use them wisely – now that’s a challenge!

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2 thoughts on “Thinking Positive

  1. Talk to Beth, Ailsa, or Carmella about publishing. One of them will know stuff and be able to point you in the right direction. Ailsa writes stuff too, and Beth is an editor.

    Regarding mobile life. I lived mobile for a few years. All it taught me was that you should relax during waits and not be on 100% of the time. It fried my head and eventually I got nothing done. I ended up buying a kobo mini ereader and SanDisk mp3 player. Now when waiting I either listen to music or read books. No email, Twitter, or Web browsing. Then when I am at home I am far more on the ball and get far more done.

    1. I don’t want to be on all the time, but I will be spending quite a bit of down time at kids’ activities over the next month. Not as much as you think, since I have to drive myself everywhere – no trains, subways, buses, etc. for me. 🙂 I have gotten away from listening to music, I will have to remember to pack headphones!

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