I wanted a way to extract data from particular cells in multiple workbooks to give me an index to the content of those books (which are named with numbers).
I had no prior background in VBA, but with a rough question google helped me find a macro by Ron deBruin that I guessed might do something like that… then I worked out how to edit the macro, then how to run it.
This big (2000 piece) old puzzle and my job have much in common. (The puzzle is called “The Country Town” Tower Press. (c.1960). Gold Medal #4774)
But the post title is also true, #blogjune may arguably be the most challenging: it is taking longer, has looser parameters, and its hard to know when its done.
What makes some challenges enjoyable, but others unpleasant.
Somewhere in our exchange of posts I missed a topic from my sister, and Sunday flowed away with perhaps a passing thought to #blogjune sometime during the night.
-and I liked it
For most of Sunday I worked on a jigsaw puzzle with my uncle (my sons’ GUF).
So today, when I finally saw the topic sis suggested I write about: “the benefits and difficulties of prioritising”, I figured this all ties in.
The biggest benefit of prioritising is that:
you get to choose
You can prioritise what makes you happy, or satisfied or what you think will take you towards your goals, or what you believe (true or not) to be important. The second biggest benefit is that you get to rationalise your priorities in ways that make you feel good, and maybe feel that the world becomes a better place.