You know, I’m pretty good about following through with the things I say I’ll do. Typically, if I give my word that something will be done, I will even inconvenience myself to make sure I don’t break my word. That’s why I’m so disappointed that I haven’t kept up with my blogging as much as I claimed I would. When Working Author launched, I decided I would blog at least once a day to keep feeding search engines with new content. (I also wanted to provide you with my pearls of wisdom, of course!) Unfortunately, life — actually, work — got in the way and so many of my goals have fallen by the wayside. I’m hoping that I can keep the back burners hot enough to keep these goals from going cold while I climb over the busy season at work. We have a gigantic tradeshow to get organized in a few weeks and everyone’s scrambling to get their part done. Not everyone is handling the stress very well. Ah well; such is the workplace.
Unfortunately, I’ve also put my workout plan on standby, opting to use those early morning hours for more sleep. Admittedly, I’d have more than enough to work out if I didn’t spend so much of my nights slaving away to get this blog in tip-top. I blame all of you Internet Explorer 6 users. DAMN YOU! (Just kidding, but I hope you’re happy with the layout now. “Look Ma! No broken divs!”) Speaking of this site: The other casualty to my busy schedule is the Month in Review Post.
December was a bit barren when it came to site updates, but you can imagine that I was busy with tons of other things, including working 12-hour days (including weekends), holiday shopping and spending time with family. Come the end of January, things should be back to normal and I’ll be my punctual self. Without further ado:
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Bleh. Looking at that short list is embarrassing, like premature ejaculation. If you’re a return reader, thank you for coming back. Hang in there for a couple more weeks. 🙂