Sweet & Savory Life

Preach to me, Buddha.

I read a quote once by Buddha that said, “Your problem is, you think you have time.”

Lately I feel like I’ve been hitting a brick wall when it comes to building my new website for Sweet & Savory. Going from an auto-pilot kind of blog like WordPress.com to a WordPress.org self-hosted site is a big jump, and there are infinite more choices to make and things to do. I want it to look finished and put-together before presenting to you, but I just don’t seem to have enough time to figure everything out.

And that’s always the problem, right? Buddha knew it then, we know it now. All of our lives are completely full – and we’ll always need more time to seemingly get everything “done.” I just don’t know how to work it all in. I keep telling myself, “Baby steps, Sarah. Baby steps.” And maybe I just need to take my own advice more.

It’s just that… sometimes I just really hate baby steps. I just wanna get it all done, you know?


I know the new website will be up and running soon enough – let’s just hope it’s sooner rather than later. Till then, I will keep posting updates on here (and hopefully more pretty DSLR pictures as I take them).

I hope you are all having a productive Sunday :)


Categories: Blogging, From the Heart

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  1. Time and money are two things that I seem to be perpetually lacking.
    I look forward to seeing your new site, and I’d love to hear about what it takes to put one together. Maybe a post about your efforts?

    • “Kites rise highest against the wind, not with it.” Winston Churchill – hang in there, your site will be fabulous, just like you!

    • Sweet Sarah

      September 24, 2012 — 6:43 pm

      Thank you for your encouragement! I really appreciate it :)

      And yes – I think that is a great idea! I made some notes about my progress this morning that I hope will be a helpful post in the future for others!

      xo – Sarah

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