With this blog being more than 2.5 years old, I figured it was time to add a â€œServicesâ€ page to let readers know what I do when Iâ€™m not here blogging. Adding a â€œServicesâ€ page is something Iâ€™ve often considered over the past 2.5 years. I mean, how can people hire me if they donâ€™t know the kind of work I do? It only makes sense, right?
But, I wasnâ€™t sure how to write one, even after exploring other peopleâ€™s pages. How do I lay it out? What should I include? How do I make it sound appealing? How do I make my â€œServicesâ€ page about the reader rather than about me? After all, that is what social media is about.
Well, today was the day to write â€œWork with Glendaâ€, or, at least, draft it. Some ideas had been bouncing around in my head for a few days. Getting those ideas out and on my blog would be a start. From there, the words and layout could be a massaged and perfected. Something would be better than nothing!
Besides, writing â€œWork with Glendaâ€ today was more appealing than doing the quarterly GST (Goods & Sales Tax) or getting organized enough to begin tackling income tax (thank goodness we donâ€™t owe!).
But, rather sitting down and doing the task at hand, I frittered away the afternoon. I got in my own way of getting the job done! And now I am writing this post instead of writing what I ought to be.
At times I am my biggest barrier to getting stuff done. I get in my own way. I can only imagine how much I could get done if I just did it!
Anyone else know what Iâ€™m talking about?If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.