A Lesson I Learned

This week we had technical issues in our house. One minute everything was fine and the next minute our wired (and wireless) life came to a stand still. I am not tech savvy, so always rely on  the other members of the household when something goes wrong. But this time no one could find the issue or make a fix. As the day went on, the frustration factor grew. Nothing worked!

By the next morning, the anxiety of not being able to get on the internet had grown and the long holiday weekend was approaching. I made the decision that we needed someone with a little more expertise to help us out.

Yes, it cost me some money, but by the time I arrived home from work everything was great! The fix was something we never could have found or solved ourselves. We would have just gone in circles and become increasingly frustrated. Thanks to our super computer service all is well.

My lesson, hire a professional when needed. Don’t hesitate. No one can do it all and at my house this time, that meant getting internet access. Next time, maybe it will be cutting down a tree or painting the house. Who knows? Just remember, delegate the tasks that you can not or do not want to do. Just get them done.

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One Response to A Lesson I Learned

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