You will enjoy life more if you stop trying to force things.* Also, it is a universal truth that the more you give the more you get in return, so bestow good things on other people this week - and good things will come back to you.**
Which is why I was on the phone at 8pm on a Sunday night talking to a former colleague through a database and query and report functions that she hasn't used in at least three years.
Or recreating this post since the Internet ate it as a sacrifice earlier this evening.
*Speaking of not forcing things.
Speak the Single Ladies' Truth, Lady Mary
This is what all the Aunties are saying when GDawg never really materializes.
** I never play the lotto, but this week I did give a $2IOU to the work pool for the ginormous multi-state lotto. We didn't win, which is probably a relief. I don't have a financial planner or tax attorney lined up, (and really, office pools, do those ever REALLY work out?), but oh ... the dreams of just giving notice to "working" one day - and leaving non-profit life 4EVA!The drama continues! Join us for the 2nd episode of #DowntonPBS' final season, tonight at 9. https://t.co/ajzMVsKcvK pic.twitter.com/sGy07FaEHd— THIRTEEN (@ThirteenWNET) January 10, 2016
If I'm good, can some of the good things that come back to me be tax-free remuneration?