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Weekly work update.

Weekly Workbook 1 | A Slow Start

But not a quite a false start. So last week was the dry run of the all-new Weekly Workbook series (replacing the lapsed one of old), where I basically hold myself personally accountable for the past week’s work, or lack thereof. Perhaps it can inspire you to do the same or something similar if you need to. I haven’t filed a proper Workbook entry in a few months and with all things being in the spirit of refreshing/renewal, it’s something I need to start doing here again, if I do anything here at all. The first week of the year was not a great one, so here we go . . . Last Week’s Listed Objectives Find gainful employment – ONGOING. But there did occur a very good and encouraging interview late last week that has me quite optimistic. Just have to endure the waiting game while the hunt continues in the meantime. Organize (and individually code-name) my list of projects – COMPLETED. Write updated descriptions of all projects (to better pitch to collaborators) – INCOMPLETE. …

Weekly Workbook Zero | 2017 – Fitter, Happier, More Productive

A reset, and a dry-run of the all-new weekly Workbook. So it’s a new year with a new mission, which is naturally an extension of the previous year’s mission, only Fitter. Happier. More productive. Comfortable. Not drinking too much. Regular exercise at the gym three days a week. Wait, what? Yeah, I’m not so sure about that last part. But you get the general idea (and this quote if you’re a fan of Radiohead). Productivity wise, 2016 was certainly better than 2015, but 2017 absolutely has to be ten times more productive or I may just throw in the towel, at least until both of the younger kids are out of the house (not that their presence and need for attention is my singular excuse, mind you). I’m going to hold myself even more accountable, even publicly here on a weekly basis with an all-new Weekly Workbook. There’s another major step I’m taking and I started it just last night . . . No More Squirrels   One of my major distracting, time-sucking vices is social …