Tag: 43-Things

43 Things on “minimize existing clutter and excess possessions”

I was looking around the house this morning before I went to work and just went “UGH!” Clutter, clutter everywhere!My sister’s garage sale is planned for sometime next month and she says we can do it with her. The Good Mews yard sale is in late April or May; anything we don’t sell at my …

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43 Things — On “learn PHP and MySQL”

Progress so far: bought two books online—the Visual Quickpro guide came today, Learning PHP 5 is on the way. Went to http://www.php.net/ and downloaded some tutorial materials. Downloaded the PHPList package and tried to install it at work, got server errors, emailed Hunter for help. I looked at some of the PHPList code and it …

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43 Things — On “manage my finances better”

I did get the latest version of Quicken and installed it, archiving my old data files and starting fresh on 1/1. Last night I got the checking/savings records up to date and paid a bunch of sadly overdue bills. It’s a small start.I used to be pretty successful with sitting down at the computer every …

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43 Things — On “keep up with my journal”

Okay, the big stumbling block here is not always having it with me. So this morning before leaving for work I cleaned out the messenger bag I use as a briefcase, pulling out some things I really don’t need to carry and consolidating the rest. That made room in the bag for the SketchFolio in …

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On being a glass artist

I want to make beads that other people will love and want to buy from me. I’m not sure yet exactly what style of beads I will be making, but it will not be just today’s hot style of beads. I’m going to make beads that I love, and then let other people that love …

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43 Whatevers

i started fooling around with 43 Things last night. So far I’m up to 9 goals, but I can’t quite seem to get linked to 43 Places as well. Until I can either figure out how link the list into a page posting (which means figure out the JavaScript or, Goddess forbid, actually WORK ON …

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