Going in Circles

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Hi WA Friends,

Have you ever experienced a moment where the day just seems to be going around in circles? It’s as if the more you try, the less you get accomplished.

There's too many things to research, too much paper flying around and far too many ideas running around the mind.

It happens to the best of us. But let it be a sign that you may need to step back a moment and just refocus on your priorities.

If you are new to the world of affiliate marketing and the whole blogging concept, quite likely you will be overwhelmed with all the information that is coming at you rapid fire. That is natural as there is a large learning curve. In fact, the learning never stops.

We’ve all been there at some point. And no matter how discouraging it can seem, trust that you will get through it.

Just keep persevering! And when you need to stop and collect your thoughts, do it.

Brush aside the noise and work your way through whatever task you are on. You’ll eventually get to your destination.

As they say, Rome was not built in a day (and neither was your business).

Enjoy the rest of your day wherever you are!

Susan 😎

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This is some excellent advice, especially for newbies. Affiliate marketing can make you feel this way because so much information is circling around. I have days like this and usually, if possible, take off a day for me. I have a habit of working seven days, almost all day. Now I schedule in time every week just for me with a little buffer built in for those days like this.


That's so true, Nancy. And when it happens, it's best to just take some time to refocus. That's very sage. Thanks so much for dropping by.


We've certainly all been there at some point Susan!

Prioritising is essential, setting small goals or tasks to complete one at a time before moving on to the next gives us a sense of achievement thus keeping moral high! (Well... it does for me anyway)!!

I hope all is well my dear friend and you enjoy a wonderful start to the weekend!!


Absolutely, Nick! Prioritizing definitely works for me as well. Even a small step is a positive one.

My pup passed away so it’s been a long week. I hope things are better with yours! Enjoy you weekend dear friend. 🤗👍🏻🥂

What? I am so sorry to hear about your pup my dear friend....

I hope it was peaceful without suffering...

Mine seems to be gradually improving... this time...

Enjoy your weekend as much as you can Susan...


PM coming your way soon. 👍🐶🐾

Waiting for it my dear friend....

Take care ok....


Hi dear Susan.

Thank you for your sage advice and insight. I echo Holly and the rest of the gang. Orientation has always been my pet peeve. Even though it feels like climbing Mt. Everest barefeet in the beginning, after 90 days, things begin to make more sense.

Btw, did you ever hear the song ""You got me going in circles?" It could also be called "Going in Circles." Well, it was a hot hit back in the day. If I can locate it online, I'll send you a pm of it. It was hot, hot, hot back then.

Love your image, too. Is that a stained glass church? It's very beautiful.

Love your posts!
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Hi dear friend,

Thank you and I'm glad to hear you enjoyed my post. I tend to agree with your thoughts. Mt. Everest is relatable at times. As for the song, that was super popular as I remember. Good one! I hadn't even thought of that.

Glad you liked the image...not sure of where it is but it reminded me of the stained glass at Notre Dame Cathedral and I just liked it. Appreciate your 100% too! Most awesome.

Have a great weekend! 😉

Hi Honeybunch. Susan.

Circles are extremely symbolic in some circles (pun intended).
The crop circles are pretty fascinating, too. You got be going in circles now (lol).

Great weekend ahead!

I feel the same way. I didn't realize how much time online business would require.

So true, Jim. Hang in there!

Ha ha, good post Susan.
I often walk round in circles when I'm looking for the cloth to dry the dishes. The one that's been on my shoulder for 20 minutes. 100% human complaint.
Yes, that circular desperation is a common sensation for many of us. Time to stop for ten minutes, top up the caffeine levels and go back to it. As you say, we will get through it.
Take care

Haha, glad I'm not the only one, Bux! Good one. But why are items always missing from the dryer it seems lol. Thanks for your thoughts. Take care :-))

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