I started scheduling my todos in a calendar (inspired by @Kraahkan) to stop myself from putting them off for “productive” things I didn’t mean to be doing. I added a recurring “Writing” entry every morning before work to encourage both daily writing and getting up earlier. This means that staying up all night and waking up late don’t cut into work time; they cut into my writing time. So far, it’s kept me from staying up too late for no reason, and all my todos have been getting done.
Since my last log, I’ve:
- Read PureScript by Example & 2 other books (bringing me up to 8/25 for my #GoodreadsChallenge)
- Started The Stand, which is an absolute monster of a book (>1100 pages, microscopic font)
- Critiqued a story on CritiqueCircle
- Started learning PlayCanvas for the #MidnightMurderParty interactive segments (the custom game engine would have taken too long, sadly)
- Tidied up my apartment