Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Twenty

[No News For You!]

The thing about writing a blog post in the morning on the weekend is that sometimes there is no news. The Netherlands actually believes in the weekends and very few people actually work on Saturday and Sunday.

Which is why yesterday’s post had only one news link.

That post blasted out of my passion for The Farmer’s Project without regard for news cycle or time of day.

(I know, terrible pun, right, H?)

But first the news:

Tonight, though, while there are plenty of news articles to choose from, I waited too late to write and so I just want to write something ANYTHING so I can go to bed already.

But then!

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Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Nineteen

[Why Did The Farmer Receive An Award?]

Because they were out standing in their field.

But first the news:

I’m working with a Life Coach to be more proactive, rather than reactive, to my career. I love what I do, but until now, have been following the guidance of the department / company / project to form my path rather than taking a step back and considering my opinions / needs / desires.

While it’s worked out mostly fine – it’s time to take the wheel and not only drive, but consider where I’ve been and where I want to go.

Chart a course and follow it.


I realise that anything can happen along the way to shift, delay, or completely derail one’s goals but I haven’t actually done anything like this before.

Wait, that’s not true.


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