I had occasion to speak to one of those modern day-I was gonna say 'shyster' until I read this(from the free dictionary by farlex(http://www.thefreedictionary.com)).
Word History: Calling someone a shyster might be considered libellous; knowing its probable origin adds insult to injury. According to Gerald L. Cohen, a student of the word, shyster is derived from the German term scheisser, meaning literally "one who defecates," from the verb scheissen, "to defecate," with the English suffix -ster, "one who does," substituted for the German suffix -er, meaning the same thing. Sheisser, which is chiefly a pejorative term, is the German equivalent of our English terms bastard and son of a bitch. Sheisser is generally thought to have been borrowed directly into English as the word shicer, which, among other things, is an Australian English term for an unproductive mine or claim, a sense that is also recorded for the word shyster.
Okay that's not the word I was hoping for (altho, whoa huh? I'm gonna use the home version of that board game-I have absolutely no doubt). But in the words of the immortal Mister Ned as he stood near the toe line of the Grand Prize Game, "Let's go again."
I had occasion to speak to one of those modern day 'man behind the curtain-types' (in that he charges you lots of money to point at your ruby slippers) which is what has become known as a 'life coach'.
He asked me what I really wanted to do and I said, "Umm everything."
He said I couldn't do that because what I'd end up doing was doing everything poorly.
I have to agree that I am not setting any kind of land speed records for getting my ibelieveinu.org website up. I wince when my cube dwelling sibling makes random commentary that goes something like, 'Ya think you might have it up by your birthday?' which would be like oh nine months later than I anticipated and stuff. But I'm also deliberately trying to sprinkle my Egg Beaters(egg substitute)into every different kind of basket because last time I didn't? I pulled a personal Humpty Dumpty that was a long time in the body shop.
This time? Because what I'm seeking is balance? I say 'yes' to everything which includes regular dedicated serious naps. An hour towards the middle lets me have the cool early morning bunny waking strolls and the late night blogs and I refuse to relinquish either one because knowing what I know now about the way things go? That would make me a complete scheissenhead.