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It’s been SUCH a busy summer, mostly spent finishing up writing my book on project management, teaching, and on rare occasions, hacking back some of the more virulent weeds in my garden (to minimal effect). I’ve been chastised a couple times lately for not blogging. Like, someone came up to me at the dump recently and said how much she enjoys laughing at my perpetual struggles with various failed-pseudo-farmer-wannabe endeavors. Well, as Eeyore said when his house blew down, “Thanks for noticing me.”
I’ll try, though. I’m often told that Internet surfers would rather read a list of quick tips than extended articles. So, instead of diving deep, this round, I’ll list some of this summer’s insights, observations, and lessons learned.
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