JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 12.15.18

Visual Week In Review_121518

Where does the time go?

Seriously.

You all must have more hours in the day, I swear it. I’m seeing all this cool stuff getting done, posts and pictures and plans and books.

And it feels like my days keep slipping through my fingers without any appreciative work getting done.

I’ve been meaning to put up a couple of posts all week long. The next thing I know, it’s 11:15 p.m. and I still want to read a few chapters and just don’t have the gas in the tank to get to this.

Honestly, it’s like I have 15 hours in the day and the rest of the world has 30.

Maybe I need to plan better in 2019.

Anyone have any tips?

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This Week’s Links:

What I Watched This Week: The Eagles lose to Dallas.

What I Read This Week: Adventures For The 12 Days of Christmas, Sherlock Holmes

What I Listened to This Week: The Quarry by Mercy Union

What I Found Out This Week: Bing Crosby’s real first name is Harry.

Incredible NY Times Read: He’s helped build an artists’ utopia. Now he’s on trial for 36 deaths. Heartbreaking on so many levels.

From FStoppers: Joe McNally On What It Takes To Make Great Images (hint: curiosity)

TCM Remembers (I love/hate to see this every year)

An Intimate Look At Leonard Bernstein

Being a parent is like being an artist.

America’s Forgotten Photographer.

“The best revenge is massive success.”  ~ Frank Sinatra, who was born December 12, 1915.

© Mark V. Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | All Rights Reserved 2018

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4 thoughts on “JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 12.15.18

  1. You’re not alone in not getting things done. I have few responsibilities and demands upon my time than you and I cannot get all the things done I would like.
    I keep looking for ideas on how to get more done but have not found anything that does not sacrifice the quality of the work or further bite into family time.

    The holidays do not seem to help me catch up. The additional “free” time seems to be devoured by holiday activities.

    Those that seem to be doing so much may be getting help from a staff or may be letting other things slide that we insist must be addressed in a more timely manner. Maybe the others are just not getting things done and we just don’t see it.

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