Disaster may come at any given moment. Normally I try not to but sometimes you just can’t help expecting the worst. Why is that?
When you have worked hard to get things set up, spent hours and hours on the project and had very little sleep while a lot of other things that usually do require attention, all paid the price so you can get things set up as quickly and efficiently as possible, you will do everything within your capabilities to make a success of it.
I have been blogging for a while now. I started early 2011 with my own personal blog called Reast4Christ. I had absolutely no idea what I was doing but I knew I wanted to write and at the time it was writing about my spirituality that got me very excited.
As I developed and my experience grew with blogging, one site wasn’t enough any longer, opportunities arose and so I found other interests that got me just as excited when they came to mind.
Then at some point reality hits you between your eyes and you realize all over again that you are a human being with a set given amount of ability. Yes as you gain experience and your skills increase, I agree that certainly so does your abilities.
However, there comes a time when you feel you can handle only this much at this stage or time in your life. You have enough on your plate and you feel that you are not comfortable taking on another project until you have at least completed one of the previous ones.