Post a Day was nice but…
… I can’t think of something to write every day. I’m not the type of person who likes to sit down and write the following:
Today, I got up at 4:45 am EDT to watch Prince William & Kate Middleton get married! It was such a beautiful wedding and I enjoyed every minute of it! Then I went to work and could barely keep my head up. I had Chick-Fil-A to rejuvenate me at lunch but the drive-thru line was so long and the parking lot was completely full! I had dinner at Ruby Tuesday’s afterward: steak and grilled mushrooms with a side of garlic mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli—yum! Then I passed out 11 pm because my body doesn’t like to go to sleep at a decent time. All in all – a fantastic day!
*yawn* I don’t care. Neither do you. I’ll probably switch to Post A Week.
I like to write about things that inspire me or make my brain tick. Problem is (and this REALLY bothers me), I’m long-winded. I can’t write a freakin’ short post. It’s always got to be the next magnum opus.
I’m going to be taking Michael Hyatt’s advice and taking a personal retreat to evaluate my career and life goals. That’ll probably include what I want to do with this blog or any other blog. I’ve just been living my life haphazardly (that’s pretty much the way I do everything really) instead of living it intentionally. We’ll see what happens if I try to live my life with intention and trying to drive it instead of having my life drive what I do.
If you’re interested in learning more about Michael Hyatt’s Creating Your Personal Life Plan, click here. (No, I’m not being paid for this; I’m just touting his plan because I think it’s a useful tool.)