In a Haze…

My head hurts. I’ll blame it on Robyn, she had us doing tequila shots before the Jell-O Wrestling. Oh, wait, we didn’t really do that. Ok, I’ll just blame it on the bizarre, bizarre client issues that have popped up out of nowhere today. Amazing. As much as I believe in the power of the internet and the fact that there are business opportunities out there and so forth, it is still amazing the strange things people think of doing with websites. Sometimes I just hang up the phone and laugh after I hear their ideas. I wonder if they have looked at the long range possibilities of the viability of their project. In other words, it is obvious it will fall flat on it’s face. It’s my job to guide them as much as I can though – so I do. And I try to point out the parts of their plan that are flawed. Beyond that, I can’t do anything. Then there are the other clients, the one that don’t want to give you content but wonder why their site isn’t done. I understand, writing content isn’t easy. But … it’s necessary. Period, no options – unless you want a blank site. Ugh. Maybe some more Excedrin will help.

I’ve noticed my posts have been really short lately. I think it’s due in part to shifting responsibilities at work (a good thing) keeping me super busy (not quite as good). I’m going to work on that though, because … well, it’s bugging me. Both the too much work issue and the boring posts issue.

That said, behind the scenes, the things that don’t get blogged, have been fun & interesting. I’ll write more about them when the time is right. No big exciting secrets or anything, I just know if I write now they will come out as mumbo-jumbo. Yeah, sort of like the rest of this post. That said, watch for Irony Chef, coming soon to a blog near you…

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

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