That is the first question in my head when the new things (and people) started coming into my life. It took time for me to get used to each and everyone of them. Needless to say, it’s been challenging.
Change, after all, is not always an easy thing.
To accept them is one thing, to make the most out of them is another. In fact, it almost felt like I was paying an old debt. I mean, I had been praying for them and once I had them, I’d better knew exactly what to do! Let me choose one example – my internet connection. I lived with a super lame connection for years. I’m glad I survived but for sure, life would be so much better with a good one. However, getting a better one doesn’t make life easier.
If anything, it makes life even more challenging.
Don’t I learn it the hard way! It is all done now but changing the entire look of my website as well as editing 80 blogs are definitely not something I would like to do again! It was a pain in the you-know-where and I longed for the end of the road right after I started editing the first five blogs!
With a lame connection, I have a legitimate reason not to get things done the way they should or the way I want them to be (don’t ask which one has more ‘severe’ consequences!). I could always say the reason I didn’t do those editing was because of a too slow of a connection. That excuse is long gone!
I’m grateful that after all is said and done, I am still sane. However, the ‘pain’ linger so I dare say I had enough of editing everything every time I change the look of my website!! There were just too many things to do at once, on many parts of the page, even a clear focus didn’t help much!
The sunset picture above suggested a solution I didn’t expect but was more than willing to accept! Yes, I love when things ‘click’ too! The title ‘framed’ was created based on the way the trees framing the entire picture. Now it is telling me to frame the way I do things on my website from now on.
There should be a clear ‘workflow’ to give guidance as to what to do every time I make a major change here. It should be made based on the priorities by considering the purpose of each part of my website. So I won’t have to feel like everything is falling apart before I can build the new place because everything is still here! They just need a better structure.
Sounds a lot like ‘life’, don’t you think?