I’ve been working on perfectionism lately. One of the things I’ve been trying to do in my business for a couple of years now is launch a new service model for the way we create and deliver websites. It’s also a refinement of our target audience and better alignment with the style of design I love best. As I’ve progressed with my work towards acting imperfectly, I’ve made great strides in launching my vision for this new product line to… Read more »

I didn’t complete the 31 Days series. And I’m okay with that. I’m giving myself some grace. I actually had already chosen all 31 things I was grateful for, so in a way, I completed the challenge of being grateful for 31 things. Just so they’re out there in the world, here’s the rest of the list: 18. Travel 19. The Internet 20. Support Groups 21. Ice Cream 22. Books and printed word 23. Vacations 24. Grace 25. Education 26…. Read more »

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The thing about this writing challenge is when you get behind, you tend to get WAY behind. I fell off the wagon for a while and am about a week behind. So, instead of calling myself a failure, or sitting down and writing umpteen posts to catch up, I’ll just write one that contains all of the days’ worth of things I missed and call it good. There’s a time in the past when I would’ve sought perfection and tried… Read more »

I’m in the mood for keeping it simple again today. That’s why I’m grateful for modern entertainment. Although I try not to watch too much, I enjoy sitting down at the end of a long day and watching some shows I’ve recorded on DIRECTV. Between that and Netflix, I’d have a hard time not finding anything to watch. It’s surprising though, how often I have something specific in mind, and can’t find it in either location. Among my favorites are: Grey’s… Read more »

My Dad, my brother and me on top of the World Trade Center sometime around 1986.

There are so many people I’m hearing about that have cancer and terminal illness. I’m extremely grateful that I have my health. Yes, I wish I didn’t have a leftover baby bump, but Jennifer Garner said it perfectly. We’ll see if that changes cultural acceptance of post-pregnancy bodies. One of the things I’m most scared of is getting cancer, or losing a loved one to it. I think I have great reason to obsess over the thought. After all, everyone… Read more »