I missed yesterday too, though I’m not blaming myself for that. I was home for a total of 3 hours yesterday. One of those went to lunch, one to sleeping, and one to getting ready to go out again. Even if I’d forced myself to sit in front of the computer and write, it’d have… Continue reading Update on Writing
So, my kitchen is currently under construction. And my modem normally lives in my kitchen. In fact, we cut the phone cable this morning. I’ve written a piece today, but with internet only on my mobile, posting it is harder than I can be bothered (especially after my second day in a row spending 12… Continue reading Quick Update
To badly paraphrase what Sunday Assembly is about, it’s a way to get the community of a church without the religion. They have three precepts that they follow – Live Better, Help Often, and Wonder More. The Adelaide assembly meets on the third Sunday of every month and I thought I’d go along today and… Continue reading Sunday Assembly
Sadly, I have been banned from running for the next little while by my physio, so I’ll be bowing out of my running challenge. No steak dinners for anyone on account of medical injuries are a get-out-of-bet-free card. I have acquired an exercise bike which I’m allowed to use if my knee doesn’t hurt, so… Continue reading Run, er, Walking
On My Writing Technically, a bunch of pieces are due tomorrow to meet the second of the three challenges I set myself. Illness in the past couple of weeks means that isn’t going to happen, so I’m giving myself until the morning of the 7th of July to finish up. Ideally, I’d give myself a… Continue reading Language and an Extension
The May Challenge Well, we’re notably into June now, so I should probably mention that I was successful in getting up at 0600 throughout May. The most helpful person in doing that was my good friend, Hannah. It’s her fault I was writing haikus at 6 in the morning. So, anyone who had the misfortune… Continue reading Writing, Sleeping, and Potato Peel Pies.
Find a spare 30 minutes in your life to watch this: I started watching it assuming it was only a minute or five long. Then realised I’d lost half-an-hour of my life. I regret nothing.