Leap Day has always been interesting to me. I had a friend in high school who was born on February 29th. When I turned 16, he turned 4. Who gives a 4 year old a driver’s license? When I turn 48, he’ll ONLY be 12. His children are older than he is now. maybe even twice his age? =)
Routines are another interesting thing . If we aren’t consciously aware of it, we fall into routines without even realizing it. This year I want to focus on implementing conscious routines into my life. I’ve limited my screen time on my phone. I’ve added more walking into my daily life and even started running again. Lap swimming is next on my list. I renewed my gym membership, so now I can get started swimming in March.
I plan to start journaling too. I hope to blog more often here, and on my other websites. Once a week seems reasonable to me. I’m excited to improve my typing skills. Oh yeah, did I ever mention I never took a typing class in high school or college? One reason I’ve been putting of writing is because it takes me so long to type with my hunt & peck method. Although, I must admit, typing “properly” is taking even longer, but it’s fun to see the letters “magically” appear on the screen.
March is going to be a fun month. Along with starting my swimming routine, I’ll be launching my new Merchant Services Company. Yes, this is not a new business for me. but now I’m going solo with my own office. I had a heart to heart with my former business partner and he encouraged me to go solo. He’s going to keep all of the customers I brought to the table, so this will be a complete new start for me. As of last Friday, my application was officially approved and I’m ready to start saving my fellow business owners and entrepreneurs on their merchant credit card fees.
Some of you might be wondering what a merchant services company does, so I’ll happily tell you more about it in a future blog post. I’m still thinking up a name for the new corporation which will house the merchant services business, so I might be running some names by you. Of course, I’m open to suggestions.