And I am sorry..
No excuses. I got off my track and lost focus. I’m sure it has happened to most everyone in the past. I was so excited to begin the Problogger 31 day challenge! Work, wedding and life in general got in the way.
Today, I got home, checked my TweetDeck, and looked at my computer’s desktop. That was when I realized that there was an icon on there that I hadn’t really read yet. It was a .pdf of John Chow’s eBook “How to Make Money Online.” I opened it, read most of it (I will definitely go back and read it again and again), and got a new look at things. Or, more of a renewed look at blogging and the lifestyle. I guess it gave me a bit of a kick in the pants.
Anyway, I have decided to take a day or so and re-start the 31 Day Challenge. I have all the emails, so why not?
There are a lot of things I want to revisit in my life. Blogging is a big one, followed closely by my desire to work at home full time. Or even part time for that matter! For some time, I was under the impression that working from home made me seem like I was taking the ‘lazy way out’ of actually working. Boy was I wrong!
I had never really thought about the start-up stuff… The decision to work at home, the choice of what kinds of things I can actually *do* from home, how to get my name out there and trusted, and the list just goes on and on. (By the way, I would LOVE to hear from any of you out there that currently work from home! Tips, advice, etc.!!!) There is a LOT of work to be done, and my feeling is – Bring it!
I think I need to sit down and write a list of things I can do, skills I have, that would help me out with this endeavor… And maybe, IF I am motivated enough (hehe), I could blog about the experience! Wouldn’t that be fun?
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