I failed to achieve victory…

OK, my 365 photo project didn’t quite work out. Actually, it was an epic fail. I admit and accept responsibility. I guess now is the time I’m supposed to start making excuses for why the project failed, but I’m not going to do that. The problem wasn’t the project, it was me. So what went wrong and why should anyone care? I hate to be a downer, but things are going on in our Republic… I don’t like the things going on. If you’re reading this, maybe you don’t like them either. I think my failure at completing the 365 Photo Project might hold some lessons if you agree…

Mistakes I made…

I’m going to get into these later. They all deserve a dedicated post, and I don’t have the time to dedicate to that now. Besides, I like to keep my posts short so they’re easier to organize. Anyway the main things I did wrong were…

  • I underestimated the time and effort needed to complete the job
  • I overestimated my ability to complete the job
  • I failed to see the impact the job would have on my other responsibilities

Bang, 3 strikes and I’m out. Usually I sign out with ‘peace out’ but not just that today. These are “interesting times” we’re living in. Stay safe. Build tribe. Learn to defend yourself. Learn how to produce your own food. Learn the difference between wants and needs (my photo project was a “want”). Redpill yourself. Read John Mosby’s old blog and subscribe to his new one. Stay safe and pray for our Republic. Until next time…

Peace out,
porcupine

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