What would you change if you knew how much time you had to spend?
I’ve finally added a new stanza to a poem I began almost two years ago. Beyond that, I will let it speak for itself.
Post 4 in Exploring the Portfolio Life: How do you keep from overloading your schedule and stay true to yourself while living the portfolio life?
Post 3 in Exploring the Portfolio Life: With major financial outlays on the horizon for our family, the siren song of the “secure,” full-time paycheck once again had me fishing for a job, and I began to doubt the commitment I had made.
Post 2 in Exploring the Portfolio Life: Freelancing has its perks and perils, but I finally realized it was time to admit, commit, and submit to this lifestyle.
Post 1 in Exploring the Portfolio Life: Do you still find yourself saying you don’t know what you want to be when you grow up? Perhaps, it’s time to explore the portfolio way of life.
How are your listening skills doing these days? Do people really listen to you when you talk? Do you really listen when others speak?
The battles I fight right now are mere skirmishes, practices even. In that sense, I have no right to become anxious or sleepless, and yet it happens more often than I like when I allow Input to balloon out of control.
As I contemplated the juxtaposition of these events with the usual early-December busyness, I proclaimed that those two weeks would most likely be overwhelming. My daughter retorted, “You even plan your feelings in advance.”