The other night I was cleaning the kitchen at the end of the evening. I'd already put my son to bed and in the spirit of comfort had removed my pants as is my prerogative within my home. Looking out the window to the back yard I realized that I'd forgotten to cover up the … Continue reading The time my neighbors saw me half naked, and other stories
Maybe the key to building a good habit, is being flexible enough to set it aside when appropriate, but disciplined enough to pick it right back up as soon as the exception has passed.
It's ok to get rid of things (even if somebody gave it to you.)
It's been my policy to always hang on to things until they are gone completely, but I think it's time for that to change.
Hi there, this is just a quick update to say that I'm updating the links in my old posts with affiliate links, which is a fancy way of saying that I'll link to products on amazon, and if you buy a product through one of those links they pay me a little bit of money … Continue reading Updating Links, and Disclosure Statment
My latest read was The Four Tendencies, by Gretchen Rubin. It ended up being pretty germane to this whole quest thing so I thought I'd write about it.
So, I wanted to wait until after this month had passed to do it, but I ended up missing a cleaning the other night. There's a story, so let me set the scene...
I wanted to take a minute mid-March to introduce my habit for the upcoming month (plus there's not a lot more I have to say about cleaning the kitchen at this point.)
We had a few drinks, and talked about my habit quest, as well as other important topics such as pop-sockets, negotiating hospital bills, and freeing the happy birthday song.
I find myself in an interesting place today. I've started a quest, and have been working on it for a week. But what do I write about at this point beyond a quick status update? "Hey guys. I cleaned kitchen every evening. Alright! Well, see ya later." Not very engaging reading... I haven't done something … Continue reading A Week in: Now What?