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Hats off to people who do this full time. 


I had no idea that starting a blog, or rather, setting up a public forum to share my thoughts and experiences, would be such a challenging event. The background changes every half hour, the font colours change, even the border colours need changing. It's too many decisions for one person! 



So the first post should be some kind of introduction, right? Well, I am breaking that prototype. I want to talk about life, challenges, money, law of attraction, millennialism, minimalism, and everything inbetween. I want to hear what you think, and I want your questions. Yes, this is a thing. I want you to send me questions so that I can answer them, and we can discuss it. At least, as soon as I can figure out how to set that up. 



More to come. 

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