What are some of you Warriors greatest accomplishments??

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I'll start off with the often cliche answer : My kids. And before I had them I thought it was pure ridiculousness when people said that their kids were their most satisfying endeavor.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    I'm not one to toot my own horn, so I'll give you one with a moral: I received a full ride scholarship to law school because I took the LSAT on a bit of a lark and destroyed it.

    I got my life situated so I could go to back school full time for two years and....promptly hated it. Dropped out.

    Do I regret it? Not for one second. I would hate nearly every minute of being a lawyer outside of crafting the occasional snarky letter. You see, I, at the same time, am extremely detail oriented and hate detail oriented work. It's quite the dichotomy, and would have led to career suicide.

    So what's the moral of the story? Just because you *can* do something, doesn't mean you should. Sometimes that gift horse is actually a dead mule.
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    Raising a child is akin to knowing you're getting fired in 18 years and having to train your replacement without actively sabotaging them.

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    • Profile picture of the author Princess Balestra
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      I'm not one to toot my own horn,
      an' natchrlly it would be impropah for Moi to offah my distinctively exotic assistance ...

      but ain't it cool how expertise counts for stuffs in a world snuffed out on propulsin' forth imbeciles?

      Prolly we all circle amongst ussselves forevah, less'n we gaht access to no kinda HORN.

      So what audacious proclamations invite us to dance, 'ceptin' myoosic an' heart?

      * Princess drahps to knees, simultaneously inspired an' forsaken. *

      I would wish always to considah how accomplishments coalesce into myootably exotic horizons.

      Kinda beyond their time.

      All I wish for now is a neato-scent, dolphin-unkillin' shampoo slooshin don't worsen muh genetically klutzed hayer or compel me to drink the fkr when I outta gin.

      Yanno, bcs you cain't ask for much as a Princess without evrywan callin' for your head or marryin' you off to no kinda dork.

      * I still on my knees, btw. An' now I sobbin' like sum kinda Joana Arc charactah decides she ain't gonna be burned. Why ain't nowan drownin' my ass alive like sum kinda witch aftah I lost the dolphins on the shampoo deal? *

      Mebbe there is a certain exquisiteness in admittin' I DUNNO.

      (Though what this may entail, don't ask Moi.)

      ARE YOU AIMING
      FOR CERTAINTY AND EXACTITUDE
      IN YOUR PROCLAMATIONS,
      O PRINCESS?

      Nah.

      Jus' tryin' naht to fall ovah all stoopid.

      Such is my talent.
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      Lightin' fuses is for blowin' stuff togethah.

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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
        Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post

        an' natchrlly it would be impropah for Moi to offah my distinctively exotic assistance ...
        I mean, offering seems like the polite thing to do...
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        Raising a child is akin to knowing you're getting fired in 18 years and having to train your replacement without actively sabotaging them.

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        • Profile picture of the author Princess Balestra
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          I mean, offering seems like the polite thing to do...
          tbh modesty is the only thing sepratin' mosta us from the beasts.
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          Lightin' fuses is for blowin' stuff togethah.

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  • Profile picture of the author Moodesburn1977
    i would say having my own blog i didnt think i could ever learn to write but after my first blog i got a few sales, then i just grew in confidence, i realised early on it was about pitching offers but giving value
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    • Profile picture of the author Charlotte H
      Those first sales are the most important. They make you believe you can do it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Jus' tryin' naht to fall ovah all stoopid.

    Such is my talent.

    If you can stay upright - that puts you out ahead of about 80% of humanity...not bad.
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