I’ve noticed that I frequently write responses to emails solely for my own benefit. The email was never really meant to be sent. However, opinions need to be developed, even scathy and rude ones. By writing the response, I am putting all my thoughts and feelings and ventings into words.

Thankfully, I also have the courtesy to edit myself and not embarass myself.

Is it normal to be self-critical like this? Probably not. Yet, this mistrust of my decisions and looking for better ways to do things is how I become good at what I do. I check and recheck figures and statuses. I assume that any problems are something I created and work to figure out what I may have done which often leads to evidence of the real cause.

Some might call this obessive-compulsive behavior. They might be right….

Been a long day.

LAN Party this weekend! W00t!!

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  1. Hello, Ez!  Ya know, after you make a few decisions and just let them ride, you may be surprised, to find out you made the right ones, without all all the questioning and such.  Once you have done that a few times, you’ll learn to trust your decision-making capabilities and save yourself a lot of effort.  I make a lot of my decisions based on intuition, and over the years, I have come to learn that not trusting my intuition is the very last thing I want to do.  But it took a great deal of believing in myself to do that.

    I am still working on it.  I heard most people “have it together, ” at 40, and I only have a few years left!  But, again, I trust I’ll have most of it down pat, by then!

    Goddess Four Winds


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