Three truths about managing my life and my time: actions and ideas are not the same thing, deadlines are elastic, and I must learn to value my work.
After a doozy of an off-week, I start slowly surfacing again. I realize that more than most people, my work is all internally motivated now, so it behooves me to really (and regularly) articulate what’s important to me and what makes me happy.
I modify some of the goals I set at the beginning of this year.
I condense all the wisdom I’ve received in response to my goals posts, into one (long) entry.
I begin taming the wild beast that is work-life balance. It feels GOOD.
I consider the contrast between Erik’s simple mode of living and mine, which complicates things when I try to simplify.
I discover a quote that might change my life.