Weeknotes #13 - BBQ Edition
22 Apr 2018
16 Apr - 22 Apr 2018 First BBQ of the year I didn’t think I’d be writing that headline just yet! It’s mid-April and the sun’s out! We’ve had several days of nice 20+ degree weather. Hard to believe that only a...
Less is more
15 Apr 2018
Remember to conduct yourself in life as if at a banquet. As something being passed around comes to you, reach out your hand and take a moderate helping. Does it pass you by? Don’t stop it. It hasn’t come yet? Don’t burn...
Weeknotes #12 - Holiday Edition
15 Apr 2018
9 Apr - 15 Apr 2018 Another short working week with it still being half-term. I had a couple of days off mid-week to spend some time with my family. We revisited a couple of places that we have annual passes for....
Weeknotes #11 - Spring Cleaning Edition
08 Apr 2018
2 Apr - 8 Apr 2018 I don’t have much to report this week. It’s been a quiet four-day week at work where I’ve been preparing for the new quarter and having a bit of a spring clean out of the office....
Weeknotes #10 - Easter Edition
01 Apr 2018
26 Mar - 1 Apr 2018 This week I published my curated collection of journaling prompts, which also completes the quarter and 50% of the way to my goal to publishing twice a month for six months. At this point, I’m still...
191 Journaling prompts
30 Mar 2018
As I’ve chronicled previously one of the biggest problems I’ve had getting started with journaling is knowing where to start and what to write. That fear of the blank page can be debilitating. One way I’ve found that helps is to have...
Weeknotes #9 - Geek Edition
25 Mar 2018
19 Mar - 25 Mar 2018 I published my latest article “how to remember what you read” which turned out to be quite a long, epic post. I’m fairly happy about it although the ending is a bit abrupt as I was...
How to remember what you read
21 Mar 2018
Last year I read 30 books and countless articles. The problem is, through my journaling, I realised that while I was reading plenty little was being retained. This year, I have a target of reading 36 books, and not just reading them,...
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