I could get used to cruising around on a motorbike. It’s still terrifying cornering sometimes (even as a passenger), tackling steep hills (either ascending or descending), and it’s a pain carrying round helmets with you afterward.
But there’s nothing like easy parking, or the sheer feeling of being alive that comes with roaring down the motorway and feeling the full force of speed and wind against your body.
While initially I was sceptical – call me a granny, but I am inherently opposed to anything with only two wheels; while a scooter might be an efficient way to get around, you’ll never find me on one – I might just get used to riding around on the back of the boy’s.
So that’s been my weekend so far. How about you?
Meanwhile, here are a few links from this week:
Why some of us don’t have one true calling, courtesy of Illuminated Mind.
Maggie asks: How do I measure success as an entrepreneur?
Great resources for freelance writers, via Urban Muse.
Passive Panda offers up a guest post complete with handy tips for making a freelance hustle work.
Amazing. How to procrastinate and still get things done, at The Chronicle.
And finally, struggling to find time to read? Here’s how to fit it in, according to Zen Habits.