You’d think now that I cut my blogging down to twice a week I’d be able to “stay ahead of curve.”

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It unfortunately hasn’t worked out that way.

 

Hopefully I will get back on track shortly.  Typically when I wrote three columns a week, I’d be two weeks ahead by Sunday night.  Since I cut back to two columns a week my discipline has been lacking and I’ve been writing my two columns for the following Monday and Friday the Friday and Saturday before they are due.

 

This is NOT what I want because I no longer work well under pressure.  I need time to focus.  I need time to put my thoughts together.  And I’m constantly editing.  Since I’ve been writing for the following week on the previous Friday and Saturday, I don’t have the necessary time to be thorough with my edits.  I don’t like feeling the pressure of knowing my work is going up in just two days.

 

I’m hoping to return to my regular schedule soon where I’m ahead of the curve and writing two weeks out.  Until that happens, please bear with me while I work out the edits in my columns as quickly as possible.  I hope to be back to my schedule by the time this column is posted.  We shall see.

 

Be Well!  Be Happy!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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