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Day 18: I’d appreciate your opinion

December 8, 2011

Gratitude. That’s my muse of the day.

I’m thankful for everyone’s kind comments after the disappointment of not getting the house. Thanks for looking on the bright side for me!

I’m thankful for the fact that I wasn’t stuck with a couple thousand dollars in repair immediately after making the biggest purchase of my life.

I’m also thankful to the Brooklyn house owners for giving me 18 days of writing material. After starting Project 365: Home Edition, I thought, what was I thinking? There’s no way I’ll be able to talk for 30+ days about being a homeowner if I’m not even living in the house. Turns out that wasn’t a problem.

I’d also be thankful if you help me make a decision. Now that I’m starting from scratch, should I write this Project 365 for 365 consecutive days or should I write 365 posts only when there’s something home-related to write about?

On one hand, it’s challenging to write daily (which I love); on the other, I don’t want to bore you or yammer about nothing. Your opinions, please!


4 Comments leave one →
  1. Marc Lemay permalink
    December 8, 2011 11:55 pm

    The 365 day commitment no matter what has a certain astringent appeal. Self-discipline and all that. But if you don’t particularly need to train your will, why not write something that you want to write about? 365 posts that you wrote at a higher level of Flow (your talent matched to the challenge at hand) would be better for us and you than dutiful drudge work.

  2. Craig permalink
    December 11, 2011 5:40 pm

    I like the daily as well….. I think you could play around with things that link to homeownership though.. many of these will be similar to what you are experiencing now.. as they apply to living in general not just home ownership..

    and here’s a quote that I hope will help you, I claim no creativity over this one.. I stole it from somewhere else (which eludes me at the moment)..



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