I’ve got a lot on my plate right now, and I had to drop a few balls. One of them is to take a break from my blog and come up with a new strategy for my blogging. My post today is about my temporary absence on my blog for the rest of this week, and maybe next week as well, but there are still plenty of archived blogs for you to peruse at MGSpear[dot]com.
One time I walked into our home and there was a sea of generators covering the entry way. It was my husband’s latest sales scheme. While it was very annoying to have them litter our house, he did make quite a bit of money and even bought a daily driver.
Sometimes you can be prepared to slay a dragon, but sometimes the dragon still wins. This is why backups are good to have in place, because sometimes things don’t work out. Morale of today’s post: don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
How much is too much Dr. Pepper? If something doesn’t go your way, think outside the box to keep moving forward. You might end up with some very tasty results.
School. Classes. What will this school year look like? I’ve been prepping all summer long, and I still have stuff to do. Whatever your job looks like, I hope you are able to strategize what works best for you and enjoy your down time.
When busting out the laser pointer for kitty entertainment provides a great distraction during a bad storm.
Everyone judges books by their covers—they are the lifeblood of book sales. I use to design my own, but recently have opted to have a professional design most of them. I think they look awesome, and my readers agree.
Sometimes the best deals you have to look for. My husband and I have rendezvoused with people late a night, many hours away, and/or right down the street to get awesome findings. Don’t settle for just looking at one or two options—explore around and see what’s out there, waiting to be unearthed. Today’s post is about some of these diamonds in the rough we have found over the years.