Today is a waste

Aug 17, 2005 at 4:05 PM
I am spending today gathering bits of search information for my many clients, checking standings, making graphs. I do it at least once a month, and it's quite boring in the details - but necessary.
I love what I do. I moved out of a better paying job in the city (with a glass ceiling I'd already hit) to come out to BFE to do what I really want (no ceiling), and I'm happy that I did. I get to be a part of the free market of the world, in my own tiny way.

No strings, no set schedule. No turning in quarterly reports. I'm not by own boss, but I'm far more productive now. What does that say for the rules and constriction that most businesses feel they must impose to ensure viability?

Note to self: I must remember to bare to the world tomorrow the eleven days of hell involved in moving to Oregon from Florida.