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<p class=”p1″>In this month’s header photo taken last week in Cambodia I am sunburnt. I am sweaty and just after this photo was taken I found a mosquito stuck still alive in the sweaty goo of sunblock at my hairline. In spite of all that I still I took to my standard diva pose even though my butt seriously hurt from hiking.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p class=”p1″><a href=””><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-26758 size-full” src=”” alt=”KBIS” width=”400″ height=”400″ srcset=” 400w,×150.jpg 150w,×300.jpg 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 400px) 100vw, 400px”></a></p>
<p class=”p1″>This January before going to Cambodia I was in Las Vegas speaking at the <a href=””>Kitchen and Bath Industry Show.</a> (The flight from Vegas to Siem Reap was h-e-double-hockey-sticks… 10,135 miles and 4 layovers but I digress…) In one of my presentations at KBIS I gave a presentation in the <a href=””>DMM Design Milk / Modenus Talks Lounge</a> called <em>Strike A Pose</em> where I taught attendees how to take a good photo. Everyone has to have a profile photo for their social media – so you might as well look good!&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p class=”p1″>The thing I noticed about this photo is I look tired, but I look happy. More than that, I look content. And I’ve determined content is a better feeling than happy. I had just come out of hiking in the jungle to the top of Kulen Mountain and I had overestimated my ability to go those last 3 kilometers.&nbsp; But here’s the thing: Hiking in a jungle to the top of the most sacred mountain in Asia is like jumping out of an airplane and deciding at the halfway point you want to go back. That description of me on the mountain is how I feel about who and where I am today.&nbsp;</p>
<h4>A Few of My Cambodia Photos – click to enlarge</h4>

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The Art of Procrastinating Wisely

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