My main computer broke. And I mean BROKE broke... like won't turn on. Not like the last false alarm where I thought someone deleted my Funky Bowling '99 high score.
Anyway... working on getting another computer working and I'll have a killer update for you later.
I've given up on doing my yearly or bi-yearly goals. Why? I don't actually do them, and I don't actually care. I like having a somewhat chaotic life, changing my priorities and focus as I go along. Most of the time when I look back at my previous incomplete goals I'm glad I didn't complete them, or at least I'm glad I sacrificed them for other goals. When I do actually complete a yearly goal, it tends to be because it remained important to me, not because I was constantly referring back to my goal list.
This year I'm going to try something a little bit different. I'm going to cover what I did this year and what I could have done better.
Here's what I did that I'm happy about:
I'm going to try and post everyday like I have started to do on the Sea Change forum and see if it helps with my procrastination list; recently I have procrastinated working on my procrastination list, and I can actually feel a huge resistance...
However, I'm working on it now (posting was on my list), so starting with today:
Procrastination list 1/1