#OTR50 Day 238-239: Burning the Candle at Both Ends

OK, I missed another day…. but still better than a few weeks. The past few weeks have been filled with early morning and late evening phone calls, webex meetings, and other various business communications because I am prepping for an event in Singapore. I’m in the final stretch. I board the excruciatingly long flight in […]

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#OTR50 Day 175 to 237: Forgiving Myself

62 days is far too long. And once the days turn into weeks and turn into months, I fall into the trap of old. I have lat inertia set in. Shame on me. However….

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#OTR50 Day 164: September Looming

It is only Thursday night and the week already feels incredibly long. . .  I took a moment to breathe deep and recognized that it isn’t that the weekend *feels* long, it’s that it has been long! It’s been a days of early morning meetings with the middle east and late night calls with the […]

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#OTR50 Day 163: The Electric Can Opener Post Note

Continuing from yesterday’s post. The electric can opener rocks. On the other hand, my writing at the moment does not. Have a late night work call with Asia so I’m not pushing it for long in an attempt to turn that issue around this evening. Work calls. . . (I just could not avoid that […]

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#OTR50 Day 162: Showing My Age

For the most part, I’m fairly happy with my age. I’m ok with this almost 50 thing. I can’t imagine going backwards and I’ve so much to look forward to in the future. Occasionally however, the body shows its age. I’m not talking about the lines on my face or the constant battle with my […]

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#OTR50 143: Me & My First Tattoo

Did I want one because it was verboten? Because I knew I was different and wanted to rebel against the norm? Or was it for a more personal and complicated reason? […]

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#OTR50 Day 137: Twitter Attempts to Define Adulting

The internet and social media can be a nuts crazy thing. Not quite 20 days ago I noticed this tweet because a friend I follow retweeted it. A few hundred people had also noticed it at that point. I saved the link for a future writing prompt because it struck a bit of a chord […]

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