One of the better things of Honesty Week has been the honest feedback I’ve been getting from my readers!
A recent comment was that in Day 1, I spoke about the problems I’m facing. Day 2 covered why I need to tackle the issues and some of the constraints behind doing the things I want to do. Day 3 gave some context behind why it’s taken me so long to get a move-on with really dealing with all this stuff. (http://bit.ly/nVbOPZ, http://bit.ly/o9K4I7 and http://bit.ly/pTh2yf, respectively.)
But WHAT is it that I actually want to do?
After yesterday’s rant, I got asked what I’m going to do about my problems. I was able to identify them clearly enough, but if I don’t figure out how to tackle all the crap, guess what? It’s not going ANYWHERE.
But I’ve already started making progress. The first steps weren’t too bad:
So, 220-odd posts in, I’m in a rut. I’m burnt out. And I think it’s time that I get some things off of my chest. In fact, I think it’s time for an HONESTY WEEK.
What good is something if you keep it to yourself?
Games with friends on a Friday are always a good thing. So good that a blog post might not happen in time. Should one be home on a Friday night blogging? Or playing Things with their friends?
I think the choice is easy. See you tomorrow!
–Casey E. Palmer
We’re used to certain comforts in our lives. Sarah doesn’t start a day without a hot cup of coffee. The first thing I’ll do in the morning is check my BlackBerry to see what’s going on (partly because it doubles as my alarm clock). They make our lives easier to lead — or at least convince us that they do.
But what would life be like WITHOUT them? Would we be able to lead our lives? Could we still do what we do day-to-day without them?
This is what I had to ask myself when I faced life without wi-fi.