Happy May Day! It also happens to be my father’s birthday, and he has been here in the United States visiting for the past two weeks. This visit also happens to be the last part of a long chain of domestic chores: tax preparation, top-to-bottom house cleaning, room reorganization, furniture adjustments, and activity planning. I’ve [...]
Hello resolution makers! Today, April 4, is the second review day of Groundhog Day Resolutions 2013. This past month was spent fixing my website so visitors to davidseah.com would have a better browsing experience, and so they could (nudge nudge) find the products I’m offering for sale. It’s all part of my general push for [...]
It’s March 3rd, my first REVIEW DAY for Groundhog Day Resolutions 2013. Today is also the day-after completing 30 new products, one a day, for 30 days. I’m tired, but exhilarated by the effort. Here’s what I learned, and what I’m planning for March.
Groundhog Day Resolutions are yearly resolutions, revisited monthly. They start on Groundhog Day, which is one of my favorite holidays. It’s also a day when we collectively look toward the Spring with optimism in our hearts, which is a fine time to do a bit of planning. It’s way better than January 1st, when we’re [...]
This month’s Groundhog Day Resolution review day is the mid-year opportunity to make a course correction. However, so far things have been going pretty well if not entirely to plan. As a bonus, I seem to have stumbled into a formula for maintaining my own peculiar version of life balance. UPDATE: I’ve gone back and [...]
Hurray! Time for another Groundhog Day Resolutions review! The key themes this month are: keep long-term outlook on stationery business balancing client work and personal work managing frustration with slow progress on difficult multi-stage projects maintaining a positive attitude Here goes!
NOTE: This is the much-delayed Groundhog Day Resolution post for May 5, which fell on the Saturday I was at New England Give Camp camping out in Cambridge. Oy, this month has completely gotten away from me in. First, I’ve been busy with multiple projects for clients, which is great. Secondly, I had obligations with [...]