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Resetting Our Goals : Time for a Mid-Year Review

As the month of May draws to a close and June brings the start of summer, I had to pinch myself as I realized that I've reached the half-way point in the year... which also reminded me that I needed to check in on the goals I'd set at the beginning of the year.

Ah, New Year's goals. Remember those?

Set somewhere back in the mists of time, with our best intentions.

As we reach the half-way point in the year, let's pause and check our progress on those goals.

Are there goals that we want to discard?

Are there goals that we need to re-double our efforts on, or even begin again?

Do we have new goals that are more relevant today, than the ones we set in January?

The reason this mid-year check-in feels so important to me this year is that I recall how disappointed I felt last December 31st as I turned to a page from January 2012 and read the same goals I was planning to write this year.

But rather than get discouraged, I got determined.

In 2013 my word is 'Forward' an…

Thank You Technical Support

My blog has a new address:

I changed it go along with my author name: Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson

Which I chose because there are a lot of Suzanne Anderson-s in the world.

Buying my new domain was simple.

Linking it to this blog was like trying to move a recalcitrant hippo through mud.

Luckily when I called customer support at I was transferred to an incredibly patient tech support person in the Google Apps section....

Yes, they have created a special section to handle the millions of calls from people like me.

After numerous attempts that involved me trying to figure out and failing to even log into an account that I never knew existed...we successfully made the transition to my new domain name.

I didn't get the young man's name...whoever you are, I thank you from the bottom of my tech-disabled heart.

And I promise that this domain will remain on auto-renewal so that you will never have to speak with me again.


Persistence Wins.

Following your dreams is never a straightforward or easy path.

It's often filled with potholes and diversions that will cause you to question just how much you want what you want.

In those moments, read these words and repeat them out loud as many times as necessary.

If you still believe your dream is worth the journey, continue on, and remember that persistence wins.