When getting ready to push a plugin update to the world last Monday, little did I know what the week had in store for me. I had no plans of publishing seven updates over the course of a week. I thought I’d get two or three updates done before I burned myself out wading through old code. By Wednesday, I was already on a roll. I’d gotten three updates done. Once I made it that far, I figured I might as well keep going. I spent a not insignificant chunk of time this morning debating whether to continue the streak. Why not go for 14 days? Or 30? I have enough plugins to make this a month-long affair. At a certain point, I’d have to stop. One week was a good stopping point. Not to mention, I have some client work lined up that will interfere with me continuing on. The perfect is the enemy of the good I know it’s a cliché, but clichés are clichés for a reason — it’s because they are profoundly true. I tend to be known in some circles as a perfectionist. At times, that’s not a bad habit to have. At other times, it means I spend too much time pursuing the impossible that would be better spent elsewhere. When putting together seven
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