I’m thinking of making some changes to my post after seeing beautiful presentation of doodles, shining pink colors, and otherworldly fonts from people I follow. I have absolutely zero art skills. Whether it is photography, drawing, colors, shapes or layout, I have no idea how to make things pretty or why one is prettier than another. Without any talent to speak of, I am however very keen to make my posts a little more appealing than they are right now. I hope I am not being too ambitious.
I’ve been downloading photos from Pixabay.com for a year now, but recently I am wondering if I should take some photos. The spring is coming and flowers are going to be blooming. At least it sounds easy for me to go out and shoot some photos with my iPhone.
Alternatively, I also have bookmarks, notebooks, pens from Barnes and Noble for years, which can be used as decorations. A big basket of shawls and chiffon squares have been stored in my closet forever, waiting to be utilized.
I have tried to take several pictures, but unfortunately my pictures don’t have the shimmering quality of those online pictures that I admire. Secondly, there are always shadows in my photos. This is something new to me. Everything has a shadow, even in cloudy days. And shadows do not look good in a photo. I wonder how people get rid of their shadows. Another thought comes in as if to say if shadows are naturally occurring, shouldn’t we keep the shadows to make the photos more realistic? It’s strange that we don’t feel we are bothered by shadows in real life when we look at something, but in a photo, shadows are annoyingly conspicuous.
I have always tried to avoid managing my time despite the fact that I’ve never had sufficient time to do anything. However recently, I come to the realization that unless I manage my time better, I won’t be able to write what I want to write and my writing projects will remain figments of my imagination forever.
- When To Write: My biggest problem with time management is the fact that at the scheduled time to write, I often feel very reluctant to write. There’s a devil in my mind who doesn’t listen to me at all. Because of this, I’ve had tough time to make plans and push things forward. Recently, I somehow come to a new realization that I should just write what I really want to write and stop following a well ordered sequence of what should be written at certain time.
- When To Comment: This is another thing that has plagued me. I am trying to review and give comment once every week, but this kind of arrangement has made the task too big to be enjoyable for a given day. Now I am thinking of doing reviewing and commenting throughout the day and throughout the week. Whenever I’ve got five minutes, I do it. So today I have been making more than 30 comments so far. What an achievement. And I did it whenever I had some time, or whenever I was in between different tasks.
Which Plan To Choose
- I am still thinking of changing my wordpress plan and do an upgrade. My current plan is too basic. On top of that, I’m also thinking of doing forms and quizzes, adding a language learning site. Decisions and decisions. Life is full of choices. I heard that economists say that a normal human being usually makes 35,000 decisions every day. No wonder we are stressed out. I mean how can a person make so many decisions without feeling nervous or under pressure?