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Figuring Things Out


Figuring things out is a way to get things done, take action.

Last weekend I went to a local shop and picked up a little gift for our new niece and her mama.

I  have a plan on what to get the dad, but then I have to mail it.

It is not like I have not mailed a package before.

I know the package will end up costing more than the stuff.

Because I have mailed stuff before.

I do not know where to mail this package from.

So I have got to figure it out and get it off my table.

Tools of Figuring

By far the most popular tool to find out how to do stuff is Google.

Write in what you need and out comes the knowledge you need to get it done.

Of course you have to be able to understand what it is telling you.

Having taken a course or two on-line that is not always an easy accomplishment.

When Thomas and I were a young couple, we navigated a long distance relationship through mail.

We mailed each other a letter every week.

Packages were less often, but still a regular occurrence.

I am out of practice, and the world has changed.

There are more ways to mail a package, and different prices to pay.

Finding The Learning Energy

For me, my days are long and I am low on energy by the time I get free.

Then even typing into google what I need seems like a bigger step than I can take.

Learning takes a bit of energy. I think I will go take a nap, then try and find the post office, UPS store, FedEx store, or the nearest seagull.

Training starts with your brain. Cheers!!

Yes, I want online training!

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