Making such data freely available will lead to new innovations…
Low budget January was a major success, I spent only $246 on food for the entire month. I was able to make six (6) full on meals in the slow cooker. I projected 10, but only had the time to make, and get through 6 of them, and that is with freezing, and inviting over a few eater friends.
LBJ was incredibly successful, with a focus on downsizing, I was able to sell some things I didn’t need, and come out way ahead of where I thought I would be financially.
After 1 too many bad customer service responses, and lack of interest in a client in this supplier filled economy, I have decided to move to bluehost, from Dreamhost. The migration of all my sites will be long, but bluehost and backupbuddy make it a little less painful.
Sorry Dreamhost, but also, suck less next time.
This year I have thought that all I would ask for, for Christmas, all that would be on the “List of Things that Kory Mathewson Wants For Christmas” (note the explicit keywords for SEO purposes), is a story.
I would love a story from you. If you are older than 25 years of age, I would love a story of your life when you were 25, if you are younger than 25, I would love a story of what you want your life to be like when you are 25.
Special Note: If, in the unlikely event, you ARE 25 years of age: First, congratulations, isn’t it the best. Secondly, it would be wonderful if you told me a story that started with “The Greatest Part of Being 25 is…”
The story could be in any format. It may be a short story, or a poem. It could be a voice mail, or an email, or a facebook message or a tweet. But, no matter what form, all I want is a story. No need to buy a present, or guess at what would make me smile. A tale of your life is what I would love the most.
If I could collect 25 Stories of Age 25, from my friends and loved ones, I would be the most pleased. So, I ask you, what is your story?