Facebook and Twitter winning lately

Hopefully you can see my sidebar and that my Facebook page and Twitter account are pretty active. I get frustrated with the blog right now because uploading pictures via e-mail or phone to the blog (which is how I do it about 99% of the time) has some bug related to it, meaning it blows up the picture so gigantic that I have to go back in and fix it. Grr. First word problems, right?

I had thought I would have a lot of time to work on Miss Awesomeness for its virtual resources, and alas, I’m ending up doing a lot of local work. Even if I only have a single kid at a private clinic, if it’s an issue I don’t have recent experience with, then it might mean hours and hours of research. Good for reviving dormant neurons, but if I’m only paid for one hour and do a lot more work than that, it’s not very helpful for Miss Awesomeness. However, I feel like it is in some ways, because the more I learn, the more I can share, right? 🙂

One issue I have is that I have like SIX THOUSAND blog posts I want to do, and then I start to collect them to do, and then I get overwhelmed, and then I actually never do any of them. Because I want it to be more succinct (hard for me, takes a lot of time), and to have a picture, and blah blah blah. I need to take a page out of my own OT book/advice and just be like, screw it, I’m doing a post.

I’m going to sit down this weekend and figure out how to make May focus a lot more on Miss Awesomeness and try not to add in new things for at least that month. I have gotten a lot of the legal stuff done for starting the business, so technically a lot has happened that is productive, but that’s not obvious on the virtual end.

Why can’t every day have ten million hours? 🙂 Why can’t I have someone sponsor my life so I can focus more on helping others and less on income? I hate charging people, I truly do, and yet I can’t survive if I don’t. AHAHAHAAHA you’re seeing my brain be like stupid real world!!

Loving OT, loving being my own sole proprietorship with plans to incorporate down the road. Glad I didn’t know what I was doing before I started or I would have been overwhelmed. Still am, but things are getting done and it wasn’t as hard as I thought to get the basics done. I realized I should write more about what I had to do and what I’m doing to be a business.

May 02, 2014 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: none

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