When April started I decided it was time to blog again. My goals were simple enough: Sharing 5 days a week. Small things, big things, real things. Learning to tell stories. Reflecting and documenting. Connecting with my friends. Known and unknown. This the twenty-second post of the month marks the end of April’s journey. Moving […]
Lost time is a tribulation to us all. But, there is hope if we make better choices. Choose the better over the good, and joy will come for a little while. Then choose again. And again, joy may find you. To know what is better is the gift of the wise.
Mechanical keyboard research completed. Research says It’s best I don’t get a clickety-clacker. Why not? Emotionally I’m unprepared. Plus, I don’t have the time to travel down the rabbit hole of keyboard customizations. The hole is infinitely deep. In the future, I’ll pull the trigger though. And, I’ll use this video to get started.
Dropping poor meeting invites will end your freelancing days fast. Sending exceptional meeting invites can land a lifelong client. If you are sending 4, or even 20, messages to schedule a meeting you are stressing your clients. Meeting invites shouldn’t take more than two communications via emails. Your job as a freelance professional is to […]
I run into an issue today with PostgreSQL. I had manually entered a row into a table and it caused the primary key to fall out of sequence. To reset the primary key sequence ID on the PostgreSQL table I used the setval and pg_get_serial_sequence functions. Source: How to reset postgres’ primary key sequence when […]