The learning curve

I have never been an overly computer savvy person. I have known this for a VERY long time. I know enough to “fake it ’til I make it”, but sometimes even that is a struggle. Fortunately for me, I know people who do this for a living, so if I bribe these people with enough baked goods, they will give me some sound advice. (Kindly insert angels singing, and rays of sunlight shining down on me!)

As I attempt to set up my menus, links, and extras, I am feeling several emotions running through me. First and foremost, I feel excited. I am giddy with anticipation of what the future holds. I have so much to share with all of you! Following very closely behind excitement is sheer frustration, and the very real urge to cry. Why did I think this blog thing was a good idea, when all I want to do is throw my computer out into my back yard right now. As I have revisited the same screens repeatedly for the 20+ time, I figure I should write down what I have done, so I know how to get back to that spot. I know as I become more familiar with everything, it will become easier. It just needs to happen much faster.

What I am really hoping will come out of this particular challenge is more patience, knowledge, and appreciation. I have a fair bit of patience, but evidently I need more. It is extremely obvious that I could use the knowledge. Practice, practice right? Eventually, that practice will turn into my appreciation for figuring it out.  I WILL figure it out. I am determined and stubborn.

Think about those words for just a moment…  Stubbornness. Determination. Patience. Knowledge. Appreciation.  Any time we decide to change things in our minds, hearts, and lives, it’s hard. Stubbornness creeps in and tries to take over. Habits don’t want to be broken. They sure won’t be broken overnight. Our determination to make changes within ourselves will help us gain the patience we need to succeed. As the days and weeks pass, we learn how to cope with our struggles. We learn how to meet our goals and have more success. And then, my friends, comes the appreciation… for the hard work, and the learning curve.

It is my hope that together, we can make some changes (even if they’re little ones), and make our lives a bit better. Get your determination ready!

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