Happy December. I wasn’t completely clear in my last post. This thing called Holidailies that I mentioned means I intend to blog daily throughout the month of December. I’m pointing this out so you can unsubscribe before my more frequent pings to your inbox become annoying. I don’t want to contribute to your stimulation overload.
Is my suggestion to unsubscribe overly self-involved? Passive aggressive? Superfluous? I mean, if you’re like me, you’re probably rather adept at quickly dealing with batches of email.
Select, select, select > Move to [Specific Client] To-Do File.
Select, select (household admin/travel receipts) > Mark as Unread
Select, select, select (way too many subscriptions) > Delete
Now, if you’ve got a blog that I’ve subscribed to, you might be thinking, She deletes my posts! But I suspect you’re okay with that fact. Plus, I don’t delete all of them. It just depends on how busy I’m feeling at the moment, how driven I am towards my goals that day, how disciplined I’m being about all the other reading I have to do that week.
We each have limited days on earth: every minute brings a choice about how it will be spent. I want to choose well. On the days when I can’t be a hermit (as is my preference) I want to be with people who have also chosen well.
I aspire to writing content that will be worthy of a reader’s time, but that requires study. Ironically, blogging pulls me away from those studies. So why Holidailies? I’ll explore that in future posts.
In the meantime, thank you for having been a subscriber. And please feel comfortable unsubscribing, too. Whether you read from your email or web browser I’ll try to spool up something compelling as often as possible.