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For a couple days last week I didn't work. I woke up, walked to Casa, ate my lunch, sat with my friends until lunch hours ended, and then sat in the empty restaurant, staring out the window.

What do I want to do with my life? Not the whole thing, but right now.

Conversion Doubler isn't going to get off the ground. It turns out that too many people have bizarre unique requirements that reduce it's usefulness. The book is going okay, but at the end of the day I hate marketing and don't want to spend my time doing it.

Bio vs. Stat. Switching Up Math.

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If you remember, I am trying to learn something new everyday. I have a list of big projects, and I choose 3 of them to work on at a time. Everyday I alternate between them, hoping to accomplish some progress every week. Unfortunately, I have barely gotten time this last week and will probably get less in the weeks to come. As a result, I'm going to reduce the amount of work to do.

First of all, I don't think I am too motivated to learn Bio. It's a fascinating subject, but learning on it on my own means a lot of memorization - exactly why I hated it in middle school. For this reason I'm going to switch from Biology to Statistics (got a free textbook from work). I could now not be more math-centric; the three big projects I'll be working on are Algebra, Statistics, and Computer Science.

Because I need to reduce the amount of work to do, I should come up with a Study Plan for every week. Let's first outline what I want to complete every week (including reading):

Read minimum of 350 pages every week (50 pages a day).

Finish two weeks in Coursera.

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