I am a planner. An organizer. A researcher. A list maker. I’ve been known to make lists of lists that I need to make.
There are very few things that I jump into without taking a close look at the big picture. My husband often rolls his eyes when I say “We need a new…” because he knows that means much searching, browsing, and debate. And little buying. What can I say? It takes me a while to be sure that I’m making the right choice. Right now, I’m on the hunt for a new toaster and a juicer. So, any help you can provide would be great!
It’s been my experience that planning, and researching, yields the best results in the end. The few times I try to jump right in, it typically ends in disaster. I’d never take a vacation without researching where I was going and all the great spots to visit once I arrived.
Back when I was a workin’ gal, I worked on many projects that required lots of research and analyzing. I loved it! There are a variety of ways to interpret data, and I found pleasure in knowing that I could manipulate it however I needed to.
Do you look before you leap or jump right into to things?
What what NaBloPoMo is all about? NaBloPoMo, created by the brilliant minds at BlogHer, is a month long blogging challenge to encourage you to write daily about a specific prompt. Today’s prompt was “Do you need to look before you leap?” Although sign ups to participate in this month’s Blog Roll have closed, the daily prompts are available here.