Last week was not productive, but I’m trying not to feel guilty. I had to reschedule a lot of day job things due to my mother-in-law’s funeral, and they all came home to roost this past week. I found myself intellectually drained, sleeping a lot, and doing nothing more than reading when I could stay awake.
I have been putting up funny dog videos on my main blog, which you might enjoy, but they don’t really count as posts.
One hour writing the academic article du jour every day. No. I spent two hours working out a schedule that has some chance of becoming a habit, I hope.
Morning Pages three times a week. Despite my hope, nothing has been written down. I feel I’m closer, but not there yet.
As a sponsor, I will visit my assigned blogs twice a week. Sad to say, I read all of the blog posts, but found myself unable to leaving comments, feeling I had no wise words to give. I have scheduled some time this week, and hope to catch up.
I will reply to all comments on my blogs within 2 days. See above. Sadly, I’m adrift, but I hope to pick up the oars this week.
One non-blog related post per week on Facebook and Twitter. Nope.
One share, re-tweet, whatnot per week on Facebook and Twitter. Nope.
One hour three times a week going through electronic files–rename, delete, archive. Yes, one thing I got done. Luckily, one can do this without any visible thought.
Walk 10 minutes a day. I don’t know why it took me forever to figure this out, but I walk ten minutes from my parking space to my office twice a day. D’oh! I will try to add another ten minutes sometime during the day. My husband and I walked to a local restaurant on Saturday, so that was about ten minutes each way.
Family day, no working and time with family, one day per week. Yesterday was my husband’s birthday, so it was a good opportunity to make it a family day. We didn’t do a lot, other than go out to dinner, mentioned above, but it was a welcome break.
Update Goodreads with one title each week. Maybe later this week–I got a new phone, so I do now have the app on that, and that may help with this goal. I read several works by ROW80 and WANA authors, so I want to support them with reviews.
List and report on what I’m reading at one check-in a week.
Forged by Magic: Origins, Angela Orlowski-Peart
Brighid’s Cross, Cate Morgan
By Possession, Madeline Hunter
By Arrangement, Madeline Hunter
The Sins of the Father, C. B. Hunley
Devil’s Dime, Bailey Bristol
Maiden Flight, Vita Tugwell
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