I set myself some lofty goals for 2010, and looking back, I don’t think I’ve achieved much.
I might as well have said that I will learn to fly under own steam, and have at least one run on the moon.
I don’t have to look far at why I failed to accomplish most of these goals. I can sum it up in one word: PROCRASTINATION!
Continue reading 2011 – Goals
We do quite a few photo shoots as a family, and we’ve worked with a number of photographers in the past. And almost every time we walked away with the thought “Won’t use that one again”. This was never because of the quality of the photography, but more a clash of personalities and work ethics. Continue reading I can recommend a brilliant photographer
My idea for 2009 was to have no new year’s resolutions, just a keyword for the year, #create. That didn’t work out too well, I can think of countless excuses, one being the birth of my daughter in Jan, which played havoc with the amount of free time I thought I may have. But the reality is that without clear goals, you’ll never accomplish much. So for 2010 I ‘ve decided to set clear goals, and make them public, so that I don’t have any excuses to back down on any of them. Continue reading 2010 – My goals
I have no excuse for publishing this post so late, other than the fact that I’ve started new employment in November, and have a 10 month old daughter, that demands some attention every now and then. We’ve been busy, and when I’ve had the time to post, I’ve been lazy, but here it is now. Continue reading Another daughter
I’ve managed to get my wife blogging, you can see her writing here. She makes me look like an angel crossed with a god, so don’t believe every word she says 😉
Now, how do I convince her to use Twitter?
At the beginning of the year, instead of deciding on a stack of new-year’s resolutions, I decided on one keyword for the year. #create. Whether it be more blog posts, some awesome photos, usable applications in the public domain, website that people would actually want to visit/use. That was my motto for the year, to create more and consume less.
But I have to admit, it looks like I misinterpreted my keyword. I went for #procreate instead. Continue reading Misunderstood keyword