So, I completely failed on the daily blogging. At like day 3 or 4.
No excuses. I just didn’t feel like opening any device to upload a post.
Heck, I’m not even sure I want to do it right now.
My schedule at work is all up in the air after Saturday, and I’m not a fan of that. I’m also really not a fan of getting used to a schedule, and knowing that it’s going to be changed. Which is will be.
The rest of January should be pretty quiet. February is going to be the month of insanity!
Yeah, I guess I could get used to how this block editing works, but UGH! I’m so used to how everything looks in a WYSIWYG editor, and easily slipping into the HTML and making things just perfect!
It’s annoying to not have the ability to completely control how everything looks, but I’m going to force myself to use it!
It took me way too freaking long to get that stupid video to render! Every. Program. Would. Crash! I finally got it to work in Adobe Rush, and I’m so happy I did, because I also learned that they finally added in some features that kept me from using it before!
Now, I’m hoping to get back to regular blogging. My goal for 2020 with this is to blog at least three times a week!
The time of year is upon me when I need to choose my “word of the year“. I’ve been doing it for a few years, and the one year it worked well for me was when I chose “happy”. I almost went with it again for 2018, but instead I chose “FOCUS“.
I’m excited for this year!
My main direction for “FOCUS” will be the second definition. directed attention. I think it’s going to be a good year. I’m ready for something big and new to happen. I know that I am going to have to make it happen, but I am ready to FOCUS on me, on life, on all the things!
Goals for 2018:
Focus and finish a fitness program
Drink me some Shakeology
Get back to the Gym
Write the novel I originally started planning for November
Win NaNoWriMo 2018
Have you chosen a word? How are you going to use it to help you set your goals for 2018?
My heart is still racing, even though who it happened with is calm as a cucumber.
What happened? My son almost literally passed out. He held his breath so much that he couldn’t get it back. His eyes started to roll back in his head and his mouth was starting to foam. He literally scared the bejeezus out of me. He scared himself though too. I could see the terror in his eyes when he couldn’t stand, and when he realized he couldn’t take a breath.
This was the result of a fit. I wasn’t getting him what he wanted when he wanted. Anyone ever experience that with their kids, and have any advice on how to either stop the holding of the breath, or something? Ethan’s three, if that makes a difference. My brother did the same, but man, that’s scary crap!!