Weeknotes #37 - Stoic Challenge edition
07 Oct 2018
01 Oct - 07 Oct 2018 This week is Stoic Week, and because I’m a glutton for punishment I’ve signed up for both the Stoic Week 7 day course and the Daily Stoic’s 30 day challenge. In happy coincidence, the fifth week...
Thoughts on OmniFocus 3 for Mac
30 Sep 2018
I’ve been part of the private tests for OmniFocus 3 for the last couple of weeks, and the final version was released this week. I’ll write more about it soon, but I thought I’d scribble a few thoughts based on my usage...
Weeknotes #36 - Birthday edition
30 Sep 2018
24 Sep - 30 Sep 2018 Lack of available space has continued to impact on my ability to continue kettlebell training. There hasn’t been a lot of movement with the house renovations, we’ve been waiting for the plaster to dry. The rooms...
Weeknotes #35 - Productivity edition
23 Sep 2018
17 Sep - 23 Sep 2018 Our house renovations are underway so we’re living in a bit of a state of flux, mostly confined to the kitchen and bedrooms. However, this week I have been on fire, productivity-wise. I planned a more...
Weeknotes #34 - AFOL edition
16 Sep 2018
10 Sep - 16 Sep 2018 I’ve been super busy with work yet again this week. It’s good, but I need to re-align the balance a bit more. I felt like I haven’t had any time to play with my kids- they’ve...
The Power of Contempt
14 Sep 2018
Do you remember those M&S adverts, with their sultry images and sumptuous descriptions of food? They practically had us dribbling whenever they came on. Traditionally cured Scottish gravlax salmon with creamy mustard and dill sauce, hand prepared turkey with Braeburn apple and...
Weeknotes #33 - Explorers edition
09 Sep 2018
3 Sep - 9 Sep 2018 It’s been another exceptionally busy week at work. Any available time has been spent preparing for our district Beavers Explorer camp that we had this weekend. It was a fun, but busy, weekend for the Beavers—and...
Weeknotes #32 - Drift edition
02 Sep 2018
27 Aug - 2 Sep 2018 This week has been about getting back on track. When you have those little breaks that disrupt your routine, I always find I have to work hard to make sure I don’t drift back into poor...
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