Things are pretty crazy in my life right now, so I will make this rather brief.
I have so many blog ideas, but I just can’t seem to find the energy to research them enough to post them. Sigh. I think I may start writing them as part of 750words and then slowly do the research.
However, the positive news is that I have made some progress on a couple of my goals.
I have written an hour a day, up from half an hour. I have written most of an interview with my antagonist (14th century French society), which has proved fascinating. I’m nerd enough to know a lot about it, but there were still some surprises.
I have walked 5,000 steps a day, up from 1,000.
I’ve done some sweeping out of cobwebs both at home and at the day job. My personal life has been messy lately, some of which has been detailed in this blog. After the initial lethargy, I tend to busy myself with things I can control. Writing helps, as does the organization of inanimate objects.
One thing I am planning that some of you will notice, is that I am going to shift from following your blogs by email to following by RSS. I am not abandoning anyone, I promise.
I hope everyone is having a good week.
My goals are:
I will write at least one half-hour a day. Updated to one hour a day.
As I’ve returned to being a sponsor, I will visit all my 8’s twice a week. Slowly, but yes, I’m doing it.
I will catch up with Facebook, Twitter, and my other sites for no more than an hour daily. I have been keeping up with this goal.
I will reply to all comments on my blogs. Again, slowly, but I am keeping up with comments.
Walk at least 1,000 steps a day, preferably 2,000, tracked by a pedometer. I got 5,000 steps 2 days in a row.
Use the stairs going upstairs; if I want to, I can cheat going downstairs. I’m now doing this, even for multiple stories at work, even when I *really* don’t want to do it, so I think it is now a habit.
I have let many dear friends fall off my radar these past few months. I will stay in contact with the group daily, if only briefly, and weekly individually. Still a fail at the individual contacts.
I will stay in better touch with my daughters on Facebook or by phone. My sons are back home, so my only trouble connecting with them is that they have vampire schedules. A little better this week. I have been able to spend some one-on-one time with each of the sons; I need to be better about the daughters.