There are a lot of reasons I’ve had a great year. In tough times I’ve found some positivity. The way I found it was to get rid of the negative. I blocked all the people that bitch all day. I blocked the people that offered nothing towards a good day. I stopped going to Namepros. There is a ton of great people and things there but to wade through the chaos wasn’t good for me. I stopped going to a few of the blogs that leaned towards negative and kept my online time to learning or smiling. It’s been an amazing difference. Noticeable in my energy levels during the day. Noticeable in my sleep. Noticeable in the way my day starts.
It helped that I hit all my goals this year. Goals that were set pre-COVID. I wanted to break 3 hours in the marathon. I wanted to learn more about beekeeping. I wanted to get a few big loans paid off at the nursery and I wanted to have all my personal assets paid for fully. I was able to do all those by the end of September and I have spent the last few days just being extra grateful. I also had my second beekeeping lesson on Friday night. COVID makes it easy to trade going out for dinner for a beekeeping lesson. As much as I’d like a good piece of salmon, learning how to extract the honey off the frames and then produce a clean, healthy, honey is a gift that will last longer than a meal.
I realize that there will be some challenges ahead. There always is. Things don’t always go well. Nobody is due for good things. You can make your success but things happen you can’t control. My Father almost dying last year was that reminder. I don’t know what the rest of the year holds but I will roll into it with a big smile and gratitude.
Quote of the Day: “Don’t take criticism from someone you wouldn’t take advice from.” —Dakota Meyer
Domain of the Day: TrimLife.com It’s how you get the bikini body for SaltLife
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Foop.io Not a real word but short and the dot com is taken
Tortilla.io Everyone in the world knows what it is. That’s a good start
BitTrade.io crypto trading is still in in infancy
IY.vc It’s going to get bids. The key is to buy it right
Cam.gg This one should do well. A new Twitch
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
Moks.com 161 bidders already. Short and pronounceable is the hot ticket right now
TTri.com I see triathlons here. But I may be biased towards multiSport events
Nexfan.com Taken in 31 extensions. Sportsfan or cooling fan
TrialRun.com You have to test it before you can release it
SupremeLeads.com Met reserve so its going to sell. Only 22 bidders
Poke.io I will probably by this one
NameIdea.com Has a good first bid but its worthy of more IMO
MundNaseMaske.de German for facemask but literally means mouth nose mask
Godaddy Domains With Bids
CustomGlass.com Been watching this one for days. Upgrade name for 300 plus companies.
GIGB.com Most bids on the Godaddy board. Gig is the drive IMO
OnlineReporter.com I don’t think it has a ton of personality but Online has continued to be a popular keyword for new sites. I used to think its redundant but I seem to be the only one so I accepted it.
Iral.com Prounceable so its crossed $1500. Been a good gain if you bought names like this last year
Cleanskins.com I think cleaning wipe immediately
MP3Players.com Pretty sure this name isn’t worth the $9K value Godaddy puts on it. Maybe I’m missing something.
MailScan.com 24 years old and taken in 26 other extensions. Great name for an app or tool
GKGO.com Go has always done well. Unless its stolen
MobilityVehicle.com Needed by so many. Scooters and vans. And those Vans aren’t cheap.
StarsAndCelebs.com Missed the peak of 2007 of celeb blogs but there will always be a spot on the Internet for gossip.
LimitedAudience.com Perfectly describes the amount of readers of a domain blog.
NanoFlex.com Taken in 27 other extensions
HomeBarber.com Peaking in value right now
Skyyy.com Seems like the Y is stuck yet taken in 19 extensions
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bid
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