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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

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My enumerated list from yesterday:

  • Updated my main blog
  • Posted content to my training site
  • Responded to user requests on my training site
  • Worked on eCourse
  • Completed “bootstrap checklist”
  • Created next task list

According to the DNA test I took, I’m 16% Irish, which doesn’t surprise me much as there are definitely red undertones in my hair naturally. Therefore, I embrace the holiday more than I used to… LOL I still don’t drink, but I’ve always liked the spirit of the holiday.

It’s Sunday, but I have no real desire to tackle WallyWorld today, and the donut shop has been closed from March 8-21. I’m going to try to get some laundry done and tidy up around the house today, nothing too strenuous. It is definitely starting to warm up, though it still below freezing (28F), but the high is supposed to be 63F today. I’ll be happy once the lows are in the mid-40s or better.

I’m not sure what my next Audible listen will be. I finished up all the “short” titles yesterday, and although I want to relisten to yesterday’s selection, I’m going to wait a week or so to let my initial insights “sink in” and then go back for another listen.

I’ll start the weekly book reviews once I have launched my first eCourse. That deadline is still looming. Starting to feel a bit of pressure now, but it’s all of my own makings, so there’s that. If I start to stress out about it too much, I’ll just drop the contest. I refuse to let stress creep back into my life, retirement is supposed to be fun.

Spring will officially be here on Wednesday. I look forward to the green. I know it’s coming, albeit late this year (for around here, that is). My UPA man is going on his spring vacation this week. I wish I had known before I did my Amazon order, but I’m sure it will be fine, it’s nothing too heavy.

Time to get my day rolling. May you love the life you create for yourself. Namaste & ciao for now.