A big bowl of oats and almonds and cold milk that was so good for breakfast this morning. I can feel good about eating it too, as it’s healthy stuff. It’s important to enjoy what you eat, for the right reasons.
It’s kind of crazy really. I’m the world’s worst at sending birthday and Christmas cards. I truly don’t care if I receive them or not either. I’m quite happy to get e-cards, after all it’s the thought that counts – but some still seem to see them as being a cheapskate. Well, having got friends and family all over the world, it’s darn expensive sending them out, particularly at Christmas time, and there’s always some that never arrive or get there in mid-January.
So what’s the crazy bit? Business cards that’s what!
I’ve got business cards for the IT/Web business; I’ve got business cards for the radio station; now I’ve got calling cards for me. It’s a resurrection of a Victorian idea really. Calling cards are non-business cards, and are a way of introducing yourself. Many of my friends and family already have my business details, and I thought this would be a nice way to say “Hey! this is me, not my business or anything else, but just me!”
You can find my personal email address on the card, and personal web site and blog URLS. I’ve chucked in my phone number, because, although I prefer to do business online where possible, it’s nice to have a chat on the phone with friends and family sometimes isn’t it?
Anyway, the only thing I have to remember now is to take some of the darn things with me when I go out!
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