Friday, April 8, 2011

Friday Fives: Blah Blah Blah Hindsight

So the peeps at Paper Hangover changed it up. Now we're talking about five things. So think of this as a Four for Friday with a bonus.
  1. Take copious notes at every Gregoire function as they are great fodder for character traits.
  2. Embrace technology sooner. While long-handing will always be close to my heart, there are so many more things you can do with the computer.
  3. Realize that questioning your sanity is all part of the game. You're not the only one experiencing manic upswings or dark days of the pity party.
  4. Own stock in the mood stabilizer industry. Given how we can go from "Ohmigod, I have the best idea EVAH!" to a super-emo Eeyore in hours, owning stock this way would remove the need of the day job.
  5. My ass would get larger. The deeper I dive into a project, the more committed I am to the cause. This means I leave my desk/table/bed less and exercise falls to the wayside.
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What did you wish you knew before you started this journey?
_______ hit of the day: Tides of Change by Winds of Plague


  1. Oh good list. Yes. The to knowing about the mood swings and the mood stabilizer for sure.

  2. Thanks for the chuckle, the ass it!

  3. #3-- oh so true. Only sane people question their sanity, right?

  4. Gosh, I still don't think I'll give up writing longhand. Esp for revisions. Great advice!

  5. I wrote longhand for the longest time. I'm so much happier with Microsoft in my life.

  6. I agree with #1-5!! And #1 is a good one. I too have some entertaining family stories I wish I'd taken notes on! :)

  7. I still write longhand, sometimes, but it's true that technology makes things so much easier.

  8. Lol, completely true about #1. You know something exciting is going to happen when my clan gets together. :)

  9. Oh, #5, why, why? Thank heavens walking is good for ideas, or it'd be worse.


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