Wealthy Affiliate, Paleo style
I need to lose some weight. My niece is getting married in 26 weeks (but who's counting). Relatives will be there. Some I haven't seen in years.
Truly it's good to have family, but the comments! Well, I'm giving them as little ammunition as possible. Time to eat right, get out the free weights. I'm fitting into a size six by then.
I've been investigating the Paleo Diet. They have a 30 day starter program that gets a dieter into the habit of eating clean and choosing the right foods.
Getting in gear at WA
Equally flabby is my couch potato approach to learning internet marketing. So many ideas in my head, so little to show for it on the world wide web. So far.
I'm starting a 30-day personal challenge here at Wealthy Affiliate. My two goals are focus and consistency--an hour a day minimum, or six hours a week, broken up any which way. This time will be focused solely on the training.
There are four certification levels. I'm not sure how far I'll get in 30 days. I've done bits and pieces. This time I start at the beginning and work my way through to the end.
Blogging my way to consistency
I'm putting it out here for accountability. I'm going to blog each day about my progress.
I'm figuring that has only limited interest to the greater internet community. So I've tried to think how I could make my posts a little more exciting, or at least informative. I have some knowledge about Twitter, free content tools that make writing easier, and finding information on the web.
I'll include tips in my blogs that I hope might be helpful, in the wonderful spirit of sharing that seems to be the rock Wealthy Affiliate is anchored on.
So to sum up, I'll be blogging for 30 days about my one hour a day doing the classes here at Wealthy Affiliate. With tips thrown in to make the posts just a tad bit more riveting.
Thanks to everyone for the community and the inspiration. I especially want to recommend mabry101 and her blog Reality Check 101.