So, with life the way it currently is, I tried to set unattainable goals and of course to no ones surprise I completely bombed just shy of the finishing line.
It was reminiscent of running a 200 meter dash in track and hitting the wall with just 50 meters to go.
I watched everyone pass the finish line as I was like WHY AM I SLOWING DOWN?
Here’s a hint:
It’s balls to the wall, go go go, make that money, make that dinner, fold that laundry,
triple your mileage on your car, forget to shower sometimes, can’t wait to sleep,
sometimes fall asleep at the computer- season.
I haven’t experienced a season like this in a few years; I partially attribute that to my side editing.
I’m racing with thoughts and ideas and then they’re interrupted with real paid work and then I get side tracked and then i remember about my cool idea
and dive back into it but then I remember I needed to do this and that and this and that and that and this…
…and before you know it i’m rocking back and forth in the fetal position in the corner crying and blabbering blather about file transfer rates and layer masks.
If you’re a photographer and you’re reading this you know the feeling of the popular meme
where the character says, “screw this! It’s friday!” and throws up a handful of papers, directly after that there’s a image of the same character picking up the papers (often replaced with “PSD” file icons) that says, “just kidding I’m a photographer we don’t have weekends.”
It’s. So. True.
So that’s why my 30-day photo challenge brought upon myself failed.
That’s why my efforts to boost my SEO failed, although I think it really worked when I was doing it.
With that said:
I suppose I have work to do.