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I can relate to what you are saying. I’m in the same boat too. I have been working on my own website. This year I will concentrate more on my online business.
Have a good day.
Oh Lord, now you have reminded me that I am also supposed to be writing a web site for myself on top of everything else. One day maybe….
I very pleased to see that you’re keeping yourself busy …….. but also very concerned about your lack of proper time management. There should always be times set aside throughout the day just to be able to sit down and enjoy a cup of tea and a gingernut. I realise that I am far more experienced than you but I’ve cut down my work to about 25 minutes a day leaving plenty of time for the finer things in life – snoozing, Celebrity Big Brother and leaving very long comments ……….
My big son is home at the moment and brings me tea (no gingernuts – I’m on a diet) which is excellent. Trouble is I am sat at my desk for 12 hours at a time. Tonight I am taking a break and going to see Avatar 3D again. My son hasn’t seen it yet so I am quite happy to go again as I loved it so much.
Erm – Celebrity Big Brother? Say it ain’t so….
Great pic of your son!
I love the little kid and he sound just like me when I’m trying to sing a song on the radio :)
I’m down to blogging every day now. Used to be every day. I feel I’m losing steam while gaining steam on twitter.
Good luck with everything friend :)
Thank you, Paul. I don’t know how you manage your busy life and blogging every day. I have felt as if I’m running out of steam too but will keep plugging away, if sporadically.
I’ve started the other blog (which is not the obvious answer!) I know Twitter is definitely not!
Always glad to know that you are alive and well, though slightly distressed by your recent choice in music.
Thanks for the post!
But he’s so cute! I love the nose itchy-wrinkling thing going on!
Good to hear from you too.
Goodness, if you’re comparing your photos to National Geographic’s, then I may as well just crawl back into bed and forget about my own 365. Stop it, I tell you…your photos are gorgeous!
My lesson from the Duke of Chandos is to dispense with religious ceremonies all together. ;D
That is the cutest photo of your son! I often long for those days when my boys were that age and found delight and wonder in everything. Nowadays, I’m lucky to get a quick smile and a grunt from them. LOL!
You are very kind but I have to say I love living my life vicariously through your photographs. Being on a diet, just looking at the delicious food you photograph satisfies me and I have managed to lose 7lbs so far. I put this down to you. Thank you. :-)
p.s. good gravy, that little kid plays the uke better than I do! My boys got a good laugh from his performance, so thanks for sharing it!
I love his cheesy grin at the end!
Ohh you clever, stubborn, busy bee – hope you’re client know how lucky they are to have you working for them!
I just love the vid – actually I had a ukulele when I was young – quite some time ago you know!
Love the photo of you’re son too – adorable :-)
Btw: Hope you are aware of that the Oslo Blog Gathering is open for booking.
I hopemy clients do too! As always I end up spending far more time on the project than I thought I would – I am useless at estimating how much work there is going to be…
Yes, I am going to book the Blog Gathering soon, thanks for the reminder :-)
Just found your blog today and I really enjoyed visiting. your list of to-do’s reminds me of mine, that I’ve been putting it all off forever. : )
Glad you enjoyed your visit! I have actually started ploughing through my list at long last :-)