The Big Question Is...

This past spring mb studios advertised here at FIMBY. In addition to the advertising, Mary gave me a gift from her shop (that was so sweet of her!). I was drawn to this plaque immediately.

And yes you've seen it at FIMBY before - I photograph it often as I'm learning to live the words.

Yesterday at Outsideways I published a post in which I share more about the character growth I'm going through in this recent move. The big adventure we've said Yes to.

And speaking of Outsideways, the beautification process is slowly taking shape over there. We hope to have our professionally designed logo done soon.

Like I mentioned before, I am painstakingly going through each and every post to format them to the new theme. I am also updating the categories to be better resource pages for our readers. I'm about one third of the way through that process.

As always, everything - whether it's publishing this next e-book, construction on our chalet, our updating a blog - takes longer than planned. Have you noticed that in your life also?

So maybe the big questiong really is - why do projects take so long?

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous on July 11, 2012, 12:55 a.m.

    Perhaps it's a matter of perspective. I've often thought that I must be a poor planner because I usually think I can get things done much faster. However, I realized recently that I may be spending time doing other things (so called multi-tasking) instead of focusing on the one thing I intended to get completed.


  • Jason Elsworth

    Jason Elsworth on July 11, 2012, 7:11 a.m.

    I often find my list of things to do today, becomes my list of things to do for the week:).

    When I was putting a lot of time into my website I found:

    1. There was an almost infinite number of things I could be doing do improve it. I could have worked on it 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
    2. There were countless other websites for me to compare mine to.

    3. and 2. can be a dangerous combination:).


  • Karen

    Karen on July 11, 2012, 12:27 p.m.

    Brienne looks like a forest-child (I don't know what that is, your kids probably have an idea), delivering you the answer to your big question. Could she skip from your forest to ours and bring me the same message? xo, Mom


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