“I want to be remembered as a person who wasn’t afraid to start things.” —Tina Roth Eisenberg Read More
Thanks for sharing your overnight experiences. I go through similar mental grills a number of times too. Glad to learn there is someone somewhere on the planet who offers me consolation that I am not being alone.
In fact, the hangover of last night's celebrations and sharing of a thanking dinner was so much on my mind this morning, in spite of an early morning 3 km walk, that it lead to a search for some solution to beat the hangover and get on with today's mounting task with a glaring deadline of 30 April.
And I found you.
And thanks again for putting me back on tracks by making this article available at just the right time.
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Chris Guillebeau travels the world and writes for a small army of remarkable people at chrisguillebeau.com.
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