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Susan Taylor Brown
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Lived in Silicon Valley, CA
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A little bit of this, a little bit of that.
When I did the whole big website overhaul a while back, the intent was to bring all my creative efforts together by using the website as a hub. I sorta forgot to do that. So after the whole, let's ...
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Calling techy web development folks.
 
Analysis Paralysis. 

Ever get stuck there?

Working on a big project and 2 issues have somehow arisen for me:

1. There are so many ways to build things, and I find myself "worrying" about doing it the correct (read: best way possible) and am thus making myself stagnant. I am in this rut of wanting to be sure it is perfect, as if that is possible. This code will be responsible for running hundreds of sites, but what if I make mistakes and it is not the best it can be?

2. Bouncing around on sub-tasks. This may be related to the larger anxiety issue above, I cannot get traction on any task because I start to think of another aspect to address. "Oh, maybe i'll try this!" Then bounce over there for 10 minutes before thinking, "hmm, what about this..."

Now, I am not new to this industry, been doing this going on 10 years now, I have no idea why this suddenly surfaced. Has anyone else dealt with similar circumstances? What do you do to traverse them? Would love to hear your thoughts. 

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Writer. Poet. Teacher. Speaker. Newbie artist. I write a lot. Usually children's books, poetry and essays. It's pretty much the best job in the world. As a new artist I am learning to work in collage and mixed media. I also teach poetry to incarcerated teens.
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Full-time dreamer, poet, author of children's books. Finding the courage to create one word at a time.

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“It is good to love many things, for therein lies strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is don