Day 7: Content Creators Screw Up – Then What?

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Content creators screw up all the time. And it's not because they are careless, sloppy, or disorganized. It's because they are human. You are too.


  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only

Fun Meal of the Week – All-you-can-eat buffet at the Hibachi Grill

  • I ate 2 small plates of grilled vegetables, sushi, and 2 x fried egg rolls.
  • I did not eat any other fried foods or desserts.
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only


  • I worked on filing taxes all day – I filed an extension this year while we figured out how to incorporate some changes with the IRAs.


Fluent Form is a program we use for a variety of business applications. This week I am learning how to create conversational forms. It seems like a more interesting and engaging way to walk someone through a setup process. Once I figure out how to create them, we have multiple business uses for them.



I spent the afternoon with my husband Pat. We went to lunch and then worked together on the taxes and went over some expenses we could cut in the business. Keeping a lean expense sheet will leave more money on the bottom line for payroll or other avenues of growth.

Business Progress


Today is the first time since my knee surgery that I was able to kneel on my knee without excruciating pain. I do believe it’s on the way to recovery.

Content Creators Screw Up

Content creators screw up all the time. And it’s not because they are careless, sloppy, or disorganized. It’s because they are human. You are too. And if you are a content creator, you are going to miss deadlines, break promises, and publish a video that is less than perfect.

Give Yourself Grace

“Giving oneself grace” or practicing self-compassion. It’s an important aspect of personal growth and well-being.

The art of grace involves acknowledging that everyone including content creators screw up and make mistakes and have setbacks in life. Instead of being overly critical or dwelling on your shortcomings, you treat yourself with kindness and understanding. This means forgiving yourself for any errors or missteps, letting go of self-criticism and guilt, and allowing yourself to move forward and learn from your experiences.

Here are some key components of practicing the art of grace:


  1. Treat yourself with the same kindness and understanding that you would offer to a friend in a similar situation. Understand that making mistakes is a part of being human.

Acceptance of Imperfection:

  • Recognize that perfection is unattainable, and it’s okay to be imperfect. Embrace your flaws and imperfections as a natural part of the human experience.

Learning Opportunity:

  • View mistakes and setbacks as opportunities for growth and learning. Ask yourself what you can learn from the experience and how you can improve in the future.

Letting Go:

  • Release feelings of guilt and self-blame. Holding onto negative emotions can be counterproductive and prevent you from moving forward.

Positive Self-Talk:

  • Challenge negative self-talk and replace it with more positive and encouraging thoughts. Focus on building self-esteem and self-confidence.

Setting Realistic Expectations:

  • Set realistic and achievable goals for yourself. Avoid setting impossibly high standards that can lead to frustration and self-criticism.


  • Practice mindfulness techniques to stay present and non-judgmental. This can help you avoid dwelling on past mistakes and worrying about the future.

Ultimately, practicing the art of grace is about cultivating a healthier and more compassionate relationship with yourself. It enables you to bounce back from setbacks, maintain your self-esteem, and keep moving forward with a positive mindset.

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My Journey Back

Today’s Body:



5.10 Hours | Min


144 oz.




Calories In


??? LOL 🤪
Calories Burned

Cal Burned:



154 lbs


18.40 Hours | Min


I was in a great mood all day.



No workout today

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