For those of you following along on this years A to Z Challenge, I am caught up after some brief and completely avoidable procrastination. Yes, yes, I procrastinate, doesn’t matter I have caught up on my writing, even going back a few days for the letter “H” which I missed somehow. (Sorry “H”, no offense intended).
I am currently at #200 on the master list and found some gems along the way that I followed. If your on WordPress you got the cool new follower notification, the rest of you… well I’m sorry but you do show up in my reader now. I’m currently trying to figure out how to leave comments as Outside Perception. Google wants me to use my id, but I don’t carry that with me wherever I go. My Mom used to tell me to keep my ID with me but my blogging ID and my Google ID don’t get along soooo… I’ll figure it out at some point. Rest Assured I’m trying…(unless I procrastinate again). Also what’s a Gravitar, and I looked at a few new formats for my blog as well. I’m doing ok.
The flowchart is in case anyone needs help on how to procrastinate. Happy Monday everyone. Be safe, smart, and above all caffeinated.
Real life. From a real mom. Raising real little people.
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