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Looking forward to seeing on Sunday Valeria. Posting more often is a great topic. I'd love to know how you never run out of topics. Even with a lot of focus and clarity, there are some days where it seems like I run out of words. Whoops, used them all up already, none left for the blog! See you Sunday!

Sorry Valeria, I tried to leave a comment this morning just now realized it was caught by captcha! I'm so glad you can join us this Sunday for #Blogchat! Whenever I go to social media and marketing events and we start talking about bloggers we read, your name always comes up and we always remark at how you are able to not only post daily, but post GOOD CONTENT! It really is inspiring that you can create so much content, and at such a high level.

Looking forward to learning from you on Sunday!

as much as I feel I have a sense of direction, I don't have the clearest vision of what my destination looks like. Dangerous, I know, but I find myself pausing mid-post to start/save a new draft when ideas sprout mid-sentence.

I can't quite describe it, but it feels like the other shoe is about to drop (in a good way)!

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