Anyways. It's October. Which means it's time for another one of these posts. Maybe even time to actually do some things...
The only reason I'm a little apathetic about that is because Septembers goals feel a little forgotten right now. This is probably because I spent the better part of the last week and a half out of town and therefore haven't done any work on most of them in that time period, but ... hey.
- Job! I have one! So that part succeeded.
- Sustainability blog! It's started. Only one post so far, and still needs a lot of work in the design department, but it's been made. www.thegreenesteye.org for those of you who are interested.
- Coding! I did a little bit. I'm working my way through Google's Android Development tutorial right now. I also just found an open-source app that I want to modify to do something relevant to me (it's currently an app that counts how many times you've skipped each class, I want to turn it into something useful for counting knitting rows).
- Reading! I wanted to dig into my increasingly large stack of Economist and Scientific American Mind magazines, and my books. I read one book that wasn't on the list at the start of September, and I finished a handful of Economists, but thanks to traveling, I'm behind again. Whoops.
- Turning off the technology? That was going really well until yesterday. I think I can keep it up.
- Calling people? Oh... right... I did get on the phone with a couple people, but didn't make a huge effort.
- Being an adult: so far, all 3 posts I've read at adultingblog.com have been really good. I'm going to try to read more of them.
- Take care of myself: I think it's time to go back to Aerial Circus, since paddleboarding season seems to be over. And go back to meditating. And put a little effort into eating a little better. But mostly circus.
- Get to know myself: I've always found the best way to process thoughts is journaling. But if I just write, it usually just ends up a chronicle of my day - the "happy things" journal, while fantastic, was no exception. What I want to do is more actual writing. The kind of writing that I've seen on my own blog at times (I actually surprised myself, re-reading some of the things I've written on here. I should write more often!) So I've looked up some journal prompts and am going to try to write about one of them every day. Ask some questions. Answer them. Maybe while I'm at it, take some questions from church or TED talks or books I'm reading as well. Just get to writing about more than just what's happening in my life. It should be helpful, and it should also be great practice for when NaNoWriMo comes around next month. That's right. I know what I'm doing in November already. That one... that one will be fun.