Getting Back in the Groove

Last updated on January 29th, 2013 at 01:38 pm

You’re never going to solve everything overnight. We can try to do everything perfectly on our first try, but it’s just not going to happen. So here I am, trying out something that I’ve learned from Michael Nus via Kevin Kelly—that if you can dedicate a mere 30 minutes per day to getting new content out, you stay consistent and you also get in the practice to drilling down to what really matters in the message you’re putting forward.

So that’s what I’ll do—spend 30 minutes per day just getting something out until it all makes sense. It won’t be as insane as last year’s initiative—I learned from that. I’m not going to write an essay each and every day. But what I can do is at least give you a glimpse of what’s going on in this cranium of mine and we can go from there.

To give you an idea of what I’ve been working on since 2012 started, here’s a taste:

  • Starting a business before 2013
  • Training to conquer Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • Keeping fit with Ultimate Frisbee and Dodgeball
  • Improving my photography skills
  • Getting back into webcomics

But don’t worry. There’s plenty of time to tell those tales—let’s just get back in the groove first, and we’ll go from there.

Even pumpkins are getting Web-friendly

Adios amigos,

–Case P.

By Casey E. Palmer

Husband. Father. Storyteller.

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible.

Thousand-word blog posts? Snapshots from life? Sketches and podcasts and more—he's more than just a dad blogger; he's working to change what's expected of the parenting creators of the world.

It's about so much more than just our kids.

When Casey's not creating, he's busy parenting, adventuring, trying to be a good husband and making the most of his life!

Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.

2 replies on “Getting Back in the Groove”

Glad to see you back in the game, man! Last year was impressive at any rate. Alot of folks can’t even do 300 of those at all. Glad you weren’t one of them and stuck to the goal attempt. Sure – we didn’t hit that number for the goal, but hey – the quality was sound enough to take something away from it. That, at the very least, is a successful move within itself.

Thanks, Kev. The fact of the matter is that I’ve been up to a ton of stuff since last year’s posts, but I’ve been too busy DOING them to WRITE about them 🙂

I hope to come correct with a lot of good content this year! Thanks for spurring me forward.


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