Tag Archives: work

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Calendar Blocking

Im reading an amazing book called Good Morning, Good Life. It’s about creating a morning routine to improve your life.

One of the suggestions is time-blocking. On a calendar. I use Google Calendar.

I love how colorful it is. How easy it is to duplicate multiple events.

And I can easily see the day in pure time block style.

Next, I’ll be scheduling in my morning routines. Some will adjust, based on my work schedule, but, I need to stop just sleeping until I can’t any longer and rushing to get ready.

Which also means i need to work on a nighttime routine as well!

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New Year, Same Old Me

Lets be honest here.

I’m not going to change overnight.

But I made strides today.

I got my water in.

I drank my shake.

Definitely got my steps.

I made mostly smart food choices.

So, same me, but progressing.

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Still Not a Fan

Elephants are just to capture your attention

Yeah, I guess I could get used to how this block editing works, but UGH! I’m so used to how everything looks in a WYSIWYG editor, and easily slipping into the HTML and making things just perfect!

It’s annoying to not have the ability to completely control how everything looks, but I’m going to force myself to use it!

I at least got this video to finally get edited!

It took me way too freaking long to get that stupid video to render! Every. Program. Would. Crash! I finally got it to work in Adobe Rush, and I’m so happy I did, because I also learned that they finally added in some features that kept me from using it before!

Now, I’m hoping to get back to regular blogging. My goal for 2020 with this is to blog at least three times a week!

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SIX DAYS OFF!

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Morning Meltdown … Day 01

I started. Half the battle is that. Just the start. Chugging that pre-workout. Hooking the laptop to the TV. Pushing play.

Half the battle is just doing that.

The rest of the battle is all internal. Finishing. Not stopping. No matter how hard I’m breathing. No matter how much I’m hurting (good hurt, not bad hurt).

Don’t stop. Give it all.

This is all for me, and you’re here to see it!