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April 24, 2007


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Maryam in Dhaka

Okay, that's helpful. Now I need to figure out how to operationalize this.


Hello Maryam in Dhaka!

You are quite the jet-setter. I love reading about your travels.

This first thing I did to get this into gear for myself was buy a simple, 5-subject notebook at the local stationery store. I'm now going back to Part 1 of this post, and labeling each of the dividers with the list headings that Sharon uses.

Hopefully, this will get my mind to the "be like water" phase. I'll see how I feel once I get into the swing of this.

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