Written by srarden on December 27, 2013
It seems that there is never enough time to do all the things you want to do. I’m behind on my personal reinvention process, of course. Nothing new. Will be trying to get caught up – have some time off coming up, so should be able to make some progress then.
I know a lot of people will track it back to disorganization, of which I’m often guilty, of follow-through, guilty again at times. I admire those people who seem to
Written by srarden on November 24, 2013
Been a busy week. As an anti-social person, it actually takes effort to remember that I need to post what I’m doing. Let’s get to it.
This past week, I gave a presentation at WordPressKC (I’m going to assume that you can figure out what that is, or Google it if you don’t). I don’t have a huge fear of speaking in public, but I do get nervous, and it’s been quite a while since I have done that. Here are
Written by srarden on November 9, 2013
I tell people all the time that I’m convinced that I was destined to be a solo fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains during the 1830’s. I’m an introvert loner, but one that needs people every so often. So, a life of solitude for most of the year, followed by the big rendezvous once a year, would be right up my alley.
Instead I find myself married with a son, working in an profession whose work has turned toward the social. Instead
Written by srarden on October 30, 2013
One thing I’ve learned in life is that the only constant thing is change. I know tons of people have said that, but we all like to get comfortable in our little areas and not venture out. I’m as guilty of that as the next person.
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