Back Burner on.

Last Update: August 24, 2015

Since my last post I have had a lot of new followers, yet I haven't delivered on my commitment mentioned in that post. Rather than beat myself up over it, I have got to turn up the heat and move my project up the the front burner, give it a stir, see what it needs.

I keep getting called away from the kitchen and what I need to do is prioritize. Probably the hardest thing to do when it comes to actually doing something new. Easy to slide back into the familiar activates to fill your day. Remember back in school when you had an important paper to write and you ended up cleaning your whole house instead.

Problem is, I have so many other things to distract me, Facebook being one of them (addiction). This one remains a priority however. I need a residual form of income here in the next few years or I am going to be out on the streets. So, I'm going to make this site my new Facebook and get to know some of you guys better. Don't worry, I'm not going to post pictures of my food, or get all political on you. If you are interested in engaging in dialog about our common cause here, (making money online) or what ever, then leave a comment. I will be sure to respond. Oh, and what are you having for dinner?

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aldave Premium
Yes, distractions can easily lead you away from your tasks. Facebook now is a major one, but as you say, if you can shift your focus from Facebook to this group then I am sure you will receive the encouragement needed to stick at it. At the end of the day if you want the results you have got to put in the work.. Dinner is a few hours away here - I will have a nice piece of fish I think.. Cheers.
Al
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cacaoboy Premium
Hi Aldave
It is awesome that you are in Scottland. We were in Scotland less than a week ago. This day last week we were at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh. We stayed in Dunblain for the largest part of our Summer Vacation where we house sat for a friend who also went on vacation. A full month in all. We also had a car so we got around the entire
country. From St Andrews to the isle of Sky and many stops in between. We do love Scotland. I married a Ferguson and my family has its own tartan as well. We popped over to Ireland for 4 days in the middle of our Scottish excursion. Where do you live?
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aldave Premium
Hi Cacoaboy, Glad you enjoyed your holiday in Scotland. It is a beautiful country. I stay in the Central area between Glasgow and Edinburgh in a town called Falkirk. Really enjoying the challenges here in WA, I'm just about a month in..
Al
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