Kristan Hoffman - Writing Dreams Into Reality

Fri Dec 7 2012

Let things pass

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  1. Anthony Lee Collins says:
    Fri Dec 7 2012 at 2:20 PM

    I agree. And these days we’re inundated with everything all the time, so it’s particularly easy to worry that we’re missing out on something important.

    I’ve thought about this quite a bit in the last ten or fifteen years — eliminating the things that I don’t care about or don’t like, no matter how essential they might seem to others.

    So, for example, I don’t watch television, and I don’t do holiday presents. Not my thing. I write mysteries, but the mysteries I read are all old. I have very little idea what’s going on in music these days, but I pay a lot of attention to movies.

    Works for me. :-)

  2. Stephanie Mooney says:
    Fri Dec 7 2012 at 3:01 PM

    This is so me. Especially when it comes to all my hobbies. I have so many things I want to work on that I don’t take the time to master or finish any of them. My goal this year is to get really organized with my time, and — like Anthony said — cut out the things that don’t matter.

    And your handwriting is always so cute. You really should have your own font.

  3. Okie says:
    Mon Dec 10 2012 at 5:49 PM

    Great thought and very true. Thanks for this golden nugget. :)

  4. Kristan says:
    Mon Dec 10 2012 at 11:22 PM

    Anthony-
    I’m still working on taking my own advice. ;P

    Steph-
    Thanks! And good luck with your goal. I think you can do it.

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