This may take awhile. The uploading is ok. It’s the downloading that will take awhile.
Then I will try and get a few posts out THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN WRITTEN IN DECEMBER AND FOR THE NEW YEAR.
I was asked this week IF I FINALLY TOOK DOWN MY CHRISTMAS TREE.
YES, I did. Tuesday.
Well, to be truthful, I never took it down. I just picked it up and moved it behind the OLD TV in the Bedroom.
The Manager Scene was put up yesterday.
I thought about leaving it out all year.
The photos are downloaded to the computer from my old camera. The one that has no LCD light.
Now for my OLD SMARTPHONE. Old since I now have a new Samsung Galaxy 4. My old one was a first generation S series.
I never did have phone service on it.
Danny has promised that he would get me hooked up IF I got a new Verizon one.
NOW WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT VERIZON IN OUR AREA?
I DO. Any kind of service is better than NO SERVICE. VERIZON. Now I have a phone that SCREAMS VERIZON. LOL
Whatever you do, don’t follow my example.
I spend MOST OF MY TIME READING EMAILS. Getting ME Nowhere:
Copied and Pasted.
“2. DESIGNATE A TIME FOR EMAIL.
Email is one of those things that piles up while you’re away. And, even if you checked in every now and then during your time off, you likely didn’t spend much time actually addressing the tasks and to-dos in the messages.
So, sifting through that cluttered inbox is going to take some time. But, I recommend designating a specific chunk of your day to just that task—in fact, it might be how you want to get started, as it’ll help you prioritize.
Tackling and sorting all of those pesky messages in one swipe is helpful for a couple of reasons. First, you’ll feel great when it’s all done. And, secondly, it ensures you don’t miss anything crucial, as you aren’t hopping back and forth between projects and emails.
3. CLOSE YOUR EMAIL TAB.
You’re not the only one catching up after the holidays—everybody else is too. So, if your inbox is anything like mine, it’s constantly filling up with reminders, status updates, and questions that only pull your focus away from what you’re working on at that moment. ”
From Sarah: YEP, DON’T DO WHAT I JUST DID.
I saw the above photo and went to save it. Next thing I know I am posting from a new blog (new to me) that I JUST SUBSCRBED TO.
AS IN NOW I HAVE ANOTHER Blog to read that I really don’t have time to.
I am addicted to SUBSCRIPTIONS.
EMAIL is taking over my life.