I did stuff this week. I didn't keep track.
Yeah, it's true, these past two weeks have been kind of tough for various reasons, and that impacted what I did and didn't do. But there is a bigger reason that I have nothing to report this week:
I'm not interested in tracking or reporting things any more.
It was really important when I had little time, when I was juggling the day job and other things. I would even go so far as to say it was critical. Tracking and reporting progress was a way of fighting for the time and energy. It was a way to keep things from trickling away.
But now, it's just a boring chore that takes time and mindspace. I just want to get on with doing what I do.
So, what's next? What changes?
I don't know yet.
I'm not sure I'm going to change anything right off the bat. I'll probably shift from being an ROW80 participant to an ROW80 cheerleader. I will continue to post on Wednesdays and Sundays, but not doing a progress update: I'll likely be talking about the direction I'm taking, with the blog,
I don't really expect a big change in what I'm doing with the blog, so much as a continued
evolution. It will be more organic, less striving, more just doing. But I'll talk about that later.
In the meantime, I'm still aiming to start regular blogging again around Chinese New Year -- which is in two weeks.
See you in the funny papers.