$10 a week

I am what they call a magical thinker. Google it, it's a thing. I know it takes me 18 minutes to walk to work but when I'm running late, I'll leave myself 8 and think I can still be on time if I just walk faster. If someone gives me $50 for Christmas, I spend $150 and believe somehow it'll all balance out. I say I'll be ready in 15 minutes even though I still have to shower, get dressed and dry my hair which usually takes me at least 30. Magical. Thinker.

Not properly thinking things through definitely makes it easier to take risks or go all in which can yield exciting results. It can also lead to some challenging circumstances.

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Daily Reminders

I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I decided to launch a business. I mean, I had an idea it would be busy and that I had a lot to learn, but it was a malformed idea at best.

Anticipating how things might go down in a scenario I haven't experienced before has never been my strong suit. Ask me about something happening in the future and whether I've considered [insert possible consequence here] and my answer will likely be something obtuse like, "I dunno. It'll be fine."

Translation? "I want what I want and it's too overwhelming to think about what might get in my way because I don't know what I would do if it did so stop talking about it."

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Keeping it TogetherC.Comment
Up and running...again

Why do over two months what you can achieve in 3 days?

It's been a couple of months now since I got that cease and desist letter in the mail. You can read about it here. I've been working away on a new design concept that still features London, Ontario landmarks but won't land me in a lawyer's office. Also, equally as important, one I love and feel excited to share. 

I'd be lying, though, if I said I'd spent each of the past 60 days working tirelessly on new designs.

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