target a small goal
builds confidence; then stretch —
snag hard ones, running
senryu by M. Nakazato LaFreniere
I’ve been getting into challenges since I started my blog last July and found out it was very effective to help keep me on track to blog about it last autumn. The cooking everyday for two weeks and the increase my views both went well. Then after that, I did one that I started but fell off pretty quickly (going to work on my car or bike — instead I got a used car.)
I’ve started a weight loss one which so far I’m doing pretty good. HealthyWage does visuals and my graph says I’m on track. (You want to see my starting and goal weight? Ha! I did share it but I don’t feel like plastering it all over the web.) I’m blogged about my first week: TT Thursday: First week done.
Repetition helps. When you do something over and over, the anxiety dissipates with each time until suddenly the anxiety is gone and the thing is easy. You wonder why you ever thought it was hard. Nike has it right. Just do it.
my cards on Zazzle USA.
Mermaid Dreaming notecard
Skeleton Girl Blank Notecard
Kimono notecard (change/personalize the text)
Sis, you’re the best! (two areas to personalize) card
Believe Your Dreams (personalize & shadow) Card
Cactus Dreams blank notecard
Zazzle also sells in other countries. To get to other countries click this Australia link, click where you see the flag is at the top, click your country. You can’t do it from the USA store though.
RDP #16 – Target
Ragtag Daily Prompt
Saturdays from myself, Cactus Haiku
on Ragtag Community
The Ragtag Daily Prompt now has it’s own blog site called the “Ragtag Community“. Each day of the week a prompt is presented by a different person. Today’s is “target” by me, Cactus Haiku. Come and participate by posting writing or images evoked by the word and add your pingback or link to the comments there. Hope to see you at Ragtag Community!