Kristan Hoffman - Writing Dreams Into Reality

Sat Jun 8 2013

Why delay?

saving good stuff

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  1. Anthony Lee Collins says:
    Sat Jun 8 2013 at 9:38 PM

    Pretty much the mantra of those of us who post our fiction as we write it. :-)

  2. Weekly Links | Ginger Mandy says:
    Sun Jun 9 2013 at 10:25 AM

    […] + This is a really good point! […]

  3. Shari says:
    Sun Jun 9 2013 at 5:09 PM


  4. Rachele Alpine says:
    Wed Jun 12 2013 at 8:21 PM

    I love this! So so true! *Off to go eat some of the good stuff! ; )

  5. Meghan Ward says:
    Thu Jun 13 2013 at 11:07 PM

    That’s the attitude I’ve been taking with my produce lately! I realized that I buy all this great food with plan to make this delicious dish “one of these days” and then half of it goes rotten. So I’ve stopped “saving” food. I eat it as soon as possible after I buy it, figuring I’ll be buying more in the next couple of days anyway. I know this wasn’t the intent behind that quote, but I guess it could apply to anything.

  6. Julia says:
    Mon Jun 17 2013 at 9:51 PM

    I agree. I’ve never been good with deferred gratification. (This could explain why I’m not a Christian – be good now and get rewarded later. Hmmmm. Not so much.) On the other hand, I am by nature frugal. As a result, I use/spend/share the good stuff in spurts. I’m working on smoothing out the process. Another 50 years and I should have it down.

  7. Kristan says:
    Tue Jun 25 2013 at 8:15 PM

    Oh man, I totally know what you mean! I buy cherries, or lettuce for salad, and then completely forget about it until it’s gone bad. :( Good idea to apply this philosophy to that!

    Lol. Maybe none of us will ever get it down in this lifetime. But isn’t that the point? To try harder and do better over time? :)

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