The less I work, the more I write.
The more I write, the more I think.
The more I think, the more I am.
- Riding Louisiana & Mississippi
- Two Snowies ride
- My random country NSW ride: Day 3
- My random country NSW ride: Day 2
- My random country NSW ride: Day 1
- Can I manage a physically and mentally healthy conference week?
- Recent firsts and things I’ve learned
- This week’s firsts
- Girls are like apples (or why I am single)
- New work habits
Month by month
Monthly Archives: March 2011
I was eating dinner tonight and again reading ‘Personal development for smart people’ and thought…maybe I should see if I can have a healthy conference week (this week is IA Summit, which for me is usually a not particularly healthy … Continue reading
I had an idea I would post weekly about the new things I’d done that week. Well that only worked for 2 weeks then I forgot to do it, then I felt slightly bad for missing doing it, then I … Continue reading
I’m continuing my attempt to do something new every day. Some days I make it, some I don’t. Sometimes they’re meaningful, sometimes not. Sometimes they may not be actually be new, but meaningful to me. This week I: Tuesday: went … Continue reading
I liked this I wish I could find the source… “Girls are like apples…the best ones are at the top of the trees. The boys don’t want to reach for the good ones because they are afraid of falling and … Continue reading
This week my workload is a bit lower than usual – I have plenty to keep me busy, but a lot of it is background work, not urgent work. It’s the type of week that is usually hard for motivation … Continue reading
I’m trying to do something new-to-me every day. Sometimes they are big, sometimes small. But they challenge me, help me grow and keep life interesting. Some days I don’t, and that’s OK too. This week… Monday Practiced treating everyone as … Continue reading
I finished this working week at 5ish today (which is late for a Friday) with an insanely high level of energy. Like, so high that sitting still is a bit of a challenge. Of course, feeling this amazing made me … Continue reading
I grabbed a copy of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance today – a book I haven’t read for maybe 20 years, and that I was too young and inexperienced to understand the first time around. I’m a page … Continue reading
Yesterday I spent the day practicing something suggested in Personal development for smart people. I’m paraphrasing without looking at the source, which I don’t necessarily like doing as he spent a long time explaining this idea, and I’m going to … Continue reading
I’m currently reading Personal development for smart people. I don’t usually have a lot of time for personal development books (which is sort of funny given that I just started a blog about it) – a lot feel like new-age … Continue reading