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Chronic Blogging - Setting up your blog with the most important elements

Once you have your blog setup, you need to get your overall design together. There are a lot of different choices, but I focus on the following three elements: 804 more words

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Beautiful day - how shall I use it best?

I have a commitment this afternoon, and I have to leave the house at 1:30. It’s nearly 12 now. I figure I can get a quick hike in, then be back in time to shower and change… and get on with my day. 109 more words

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Sorting out my weekend

I’ve got a bunch of stuff I need to do around the house, this weekend. A number of things are leftovers from past weeks, when I didn’t follow through and do what I was supposed to. 397 more words

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Woot-woot! Happy Friday!

Wow, am I glad it’s Friday. It’s been a “heavy” week.

I’m so looking forward to the weekend.

But I’m also looking forward to today. Things are always quiet at the office on Fridays, and I can focus on getting things done. 12 more words

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Getting my act back together

Over the past couple of years, I feel as though I’ve let a lot of things slide. The main focus (with my neuropsych) was really on getting myself to not have such a harsh view of myself, and to lighten up on the “Type A” behavior and mindset. 375 more words

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Chronic Blogging - Picking the right theme (design)

WordPress is basically made up of two parts:

  1. A “back-end” framework, like the inner gears of an engine, that runs the whole deal. Think of the back-end like you think of an engine of a car.
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So, I don't really HAVE to do it the hard way?

I’m going to finish my taxes today. I got them 1/4-way done yesterday — all my own income and business expenses have been tallied up and accounted for. 861 more words

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