Friday, January 6, 2012


01.06.12 by colemama
01.06.12, a photo by colemama on Flickr.

Sweet, seedless, and easy-to-eat clementines from Spain have taken over our produce aisle...and, though they are on sale, they are still a bit pricey! No matter - a just reward for this time of year!

Sometimes we take the high quality route even though it is more expensive up front (be it in money or time or energy) because the long term value makes it worthwhile. Taking quality time to plan a new project generally yields better least in my experience. Unfortunately, deadlines (whether superficial or not) dictate the amount of time available, rather than meaningful goals and objectives. This is not to devalue the highly creative results that often occur when one's 'back is against the wall' - I have seen effective products when limited time (even due to procrastination!) is available. For me, though, quality planning is usually the key! Naples, FL

1 comment:

  1. We get them from Morocco (they tend to be sweeter). My hands still smell of the one I just ate. Quality item for sure. I agree that it is often more cost effective in money and time to go for quality.