Monday, June 25, 2007

All Quiet On The Western Front

Well, the past few days have been pretty uneventful. I'm procrastinating on about a million things: cleaning, organizing papers, scanning polaroids, turning my loads of cassette tapes from the '80s and '90s into mp3's, looking into more wedding things-including scanning lady of honor dress ideas and sending them to my bud Andrea, folding laundry, selling stuff on half.com, working on the screenplay...Dear God! I could go on but the list is getting depressing.

I was doing really good for a bit, making lists and checking things off as I did them, then feeling really adult and accomplished. But that's fallen by the wayside a bit and I'm committing now, for all the internet to see, to getting that flow back.

I made some very small steps on Thursday toward starting my own business. I made up business cards and a stamp and ordered them! I know, that sentence doesn't seem like it really needed an exclamation point, but it honestly did. See, those things filled two needs: shopping (yay!) and moving ever so slowly ahead with my career aspirations. I've decided to concentrate on two things, my photography (which I know I haven't spoken much about) and my script consulting. I've even started two new websites catering to each. This one is for my photographs, you'll soon be able to buy prints of everything on here once I figure out how to set that up. This site is for my movie reviews and to lead folks to info on my script consulting. There's nothing there just yet, I've got plenty of reviews I could post, but this is another thing I've procrastinated on.

Take a look at them and let me know what you think!

8 comments:

SoMuchSugar said...

Your start on the photos and the review are wonderful, you are so talented... (I think this ALL deserves an exclamation point!) I look forward to reading more! Wish I was as ambitious/energetic. Good for you.

Travis said...

Yes indeed - good looking ambition. You should check out Imagekind for selling your prints. Best of luck.

citygirl said...

Thanks for the encouragement and ideas you two!

miss tracey nolan said...

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Proud of you! Love the websites! You are inspiring another procrastinating Jill of all Trades : )

Evil said...

I found you through somuchsugar...and now I am obsessed!

citygirl said...

Thanks Tracey! I wanted something as cool as your new site, but not everyone can have a designer friend :)

Evil, huh? I've got a friend named Evil. Small world.

Bianca Reagan said...

How productive of you. More reviews, please! Do you have a MySpace page, too?

citygirl said...

I'm on Myspace, but I've yet to find a really productive way to use it, other than chatting with the occasional long distance buddy! As for the reviews, check the site again.

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