There I was busily typing away, working on a future project, when my laptop started to make a clicking noise. I sat there mesmerized as it froze up and then died.
Son of a…
I tired several times to restart the computer but to no avail. A visit to a repair place and a call to tech support later and I am stuck in the same boat.
Unfortunately, this means no computer for some time. Maybe weeks while I send it in to the repair place and wait for it to come back.
Now I expect computers to do this sort of thing when they are old but I bought this laptop just 6 months ago.
Thankfully I can get to the public library and use the internet. Still a hassle but I’m glad its there when you need it.
Having no computer sure makes running and online business a bit of a challenge. But I’ll manage.
These emails will go out on a semi-regular basis. Anything you buy – https://www.lostartofhandbalancing.com/products.html – will still be processed and shipped in a timely manner.
Other things like adding articles, pictures, or new web pages will have to wait for now. There is lots in the works as far as video lessons are concerned but that too will go on hold.
In the mean time I’ll be searching for a work-around for this little problem. If this sounded like a sob story I didn’t intend it to be. Just letting you know whats going on.
Which brings me to hand balancing.
Its nice when you think about it. It requires zero equipment. Nothing to crash and burn leaving you helpless.
Just you and the ground (the last time I checked thats in plentiful supply and if it goes away you got bigger problems to worry about then hand balancing).
The only thing that can stop you from becoming an accomplished hand balancer is you. There are no excuses.
In the words of Nike, “Just Do It.”
Good Luck and Good Hand Balancing,
P.S. Of course its wise to learn from those that have come before you. And that’s how you put yourself on the fast-track to hand balancing success.