I am unsure why I do this to myself. It is not like I don’t know better, but I do it.
I will think of a question, and then I need to come up with a solution. Hopefully, multiple solutions.
Case in point: I am just getting familiar using WordPress. In fact I created this blog as an experiment to learn how to build one for a friend… and then I started to post on it.
That wasn’t enough, and I had to figure out how to relocate the blog so it could become a website, drmikekuna.com. That wasn’t enough, and I had to figure out how to re-direct my other domain, drmichaelkuna.com, to point and mask to drmikekuna.com. Why? I have no idea, but I spent the last few days thinking about it, and a frustrating few hours tonight making it happen.
I just can’t seem to stop myself. I’m always solving problems and finding problems to be solved. It is a strange affliction, and one that apparently has no cure. It is the process itself that drives me. The process and possibly the second of euphoria that I experience when it all come together.
So now I have a blog that is redirected from several domains, it also automatically posts to several social media outlets; and I feel satisfied. Solving problems must be my Mount Everest. I solve them because they are there. Strange things amuse me.