Your next thirty days

Thirty days. Ok, let’s be realistic. Sometimes only 30 seconds. That’s my attention span for most pursuits. It’s not that I’m not interested — it’s that I’m interested in EVERYTHING.

The historical term would be “jack of all trades,” but I prefer “Renaissance woman.” It sounds classier and more focused, somehow.

Thirty days is just about the right amount of time to add a new habit or subtract a habit - like watching the news - from your life.

Nevertheless, I’ve been wanting to start a blog, but couldn’t settle on a topic. Hence,…whatever. Thirty days to lose 10 pounds (we’ll work up to that one), thirty days to learn to draw, Thirty days to declutter your closet… the list is practically endless.

I was going to say “literally endless,” but I heard Sheldon’s voice on Big Bang Theory and had to go back and change it.

Join me each thirty days as we explore a new topic. For only thirty days. Cause that’s as long as my attention span will probably last before I’m ready to move on to my next passion.

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