Friday, February 22, 2013

The Daily Hour

I've made a little change to my Daily Hour project, because I am not a slave to routine. (The only things I'm a slave to are DVD players that can hold more than one disc, and sometimes the Irish Beer Sampler pack at Costco). Since the beginning of last week, I've dropped the 10 minutes devoted to reading the featured Wikipedia article of the day. More often than not, it's an innately boring, if well-annotated, article about extinct birds or coin currency, because apparently you can only have great citations on something if its body of research is forever finite.

Instead, I do three activities for 20 minutes each, or exercise for 40 and throw in a side order of one activity. Learning Python is going well, and putting me in the mood to do other programming-related tasks. I'm also working slightly more this month, which makes me more inclined to run on the treadmill instead of doing more brain-work. Yesterday evening, I shrank to 120 pounds, which means that soon I'll be able to seesaw successfully with high-school coxswains, but not in a creepy way.

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