Be free-floating, allowing the situation to surround you, and be in it. Take in the full surroundings, including the temperature of the water.
This may bring incredible clarity, presence and focus. This is what is means to be a jellyfish.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

One Resolution to Keep -

Sometimes, good things come out of amazing frustrations.  Such was the case for me and my recent computer frustrations. I wrote my first IndieSmiles article for the new year, and made one resolution that we all should keep. I also made a great collection on, and yes, did get my computer up and running again.

Please visit and read the One Resolution to Keep, see some wonderful items, and vow to keep this resoltion yourselves. Or else you may end up making some wonderful items out of your computer pieces yourself.  You won't be sorry.

Also, take advantage of the knowledgable columnists at and Ask the Indie Experts. This group can answer your questions, help you with what you feel hasn't worked in you shop, help you with your packaging questions, shop set up, banner, or maybe help with that difficult customer issue.  If you are new to online selling, or even if you have been doing it a long time but need some guidance, the Indie Experts can help.  This new program can also help get you showcased on Indiesmiles! If your question is chosed for one of the articles, your shop could very well be included in a slideshow. They will do their best to answer all questions too, so don't be shy and ask away.

Make this a great start to a potentially great year - back up and ask up.


  1. Great article :-)
    I totally second that!
    It's something that 'they' tell us and yet sometimes we need to learn the most from our own experiences :-)

  2. I'll have to check out the group. Sometimes you don't even know you have a question until someone else asks it.

  3. Great article, and thanks for the reminder! That's one thing I forget about and need to make a habit.


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