I haven’t been writing or doing work on e-books the last while. There have been some family health issues and I’ve been trying to deal from a distance because of COVID and restrictions. So, even professionals have to take time off to deal with family health issues.
We’ve had a mild winter so far. In fact, it usually starts a bit earlier. This year, we didn’t get snow that stayed any time until January which is quite unusual. Not surprisingly, we have had lots of snow to make up for that 🙂
Sorry, my blog post is going to be a little sparse this week. Haven’t really been focused on the professional aspects of my life because family and life come first. Be realistically unrealistic and know that you have to have your priorities in order and if you have to take a break to take care of your top priorities, then you have to. If you don’t have priorities in your life, you are less likely to make the tough choices. Sometimes you have to deal with things at a distance. It’s not better, worse or bad or good. It just is. If you know your priorities then you can be guided in decisions which can have an impact on more than just you and in the case of COVID could have deadly consequences to elderly relatives. Sometimes you have to think with your head and not with your heart.
Just a reminder that my Calendar A & J PEI Treasures 2021 Calendar is still available for download on Smashwords, Amazon and Books2Read and many of the online stores. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1057588
Thanks for reading my blog post. Thanks for your interest in A & J PEI Treasures!