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This is my 300th post!  I have worked so hard to get here.  I haven't been here in this space much the last few months so logging in today and seeing that was like exhaling a smooth ahhhhhh.

Lately I've been working really hard for Social Cap with projects and exploring strategy.  It's definitely been fun, it's been intense and stressful, and I am exhausted any given day.  I read more inspirational quotes and memes than ever before in my life this far as well.  But by God, I am a proud small business owner.

This is what goes into a brand new small business though.  I knew this going in and I stand by the services and work our team does and want to be exhausted.  I want to push and make myself work harder than I ever have to be able to justify all the chaos and all it's taken already this far.

I admit I had to push to come here today but my dear old Ohgabetta page has been on my mind, much like Georgia for Ray Charles.  I've felt a lapse in my own creative expression because I've been so busy with commitments for work and for business.  But my goal for the remainder of this year is to get back to expressing things here with a healthy presence.

Last year at this time, I was participating in Blogtober at this time and wrote all 31 days of the month.  I feel bad I didn't do something like it this year but not going to beat myself up and instead write it up moving forward.

After all, I always come back here.  After every void, I have to get my fill.  Ohgabetta, I just cannot quit you!!!!

Until we meet again,
M

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