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  • COVID19 Goals life

    Day 100: Still Here!

    Day 100 strikes me as a day where I should be writing something summative and profound. NOPE. All I have for you today is: 1- My time tracking experiment has become a quasi-art project.…

    June 23, 2020
  • Budget COVID19 life

    Day 92: Assumptions, Questioned

    Things previously assumed that have now been called into question due to the lifestyle changes spurred on by the pandemic: 1- Couples need dates nights to remain healthy & happy. Ideally twice a month.…

    June 15, 2020
  • COVID19 life Reading

    Day 91: Closing Out Week #13

    IE: A full quarter of the year spent in a COVID-19-altered state. When I look back and consider how it’s gone for us thus far, I just feel very very lucky. I have no…

    June 14, 2020
  • COVID19 life Parenting

    Day 87: Kids’ Summer Days

    Their current days (whether or not I am present): 7:00ish – kids up (varies from 6:30 to 8:00; Cameron is usually the last one to rise and occasionally sleeps until 9:00) 7:30 breakfast. Trying…

    June 10, 2020
  • COVID19 life Reading

    Day 80: One step at a time

    Yesterday I just . . . flailed. I did get some work done (had to; the academic year starts in 3 weeks and I am starting to feel frantic about our state of readiness).…

    June 3, 2020
  • COVID19 life

    Day 79: Everything is falling apart

    Well. It is hard to function right now. Not saying this to complain; it’s just an observation. It feels very odd (and weirdly inappropriate) to be thinking about meetings and ordering labs and casually…

    June 2, 2020
  • COVID19 life

    Day 74: A bit of BURNOUT

    Yeah. Right on schedule – it’s the end of the month and I’m spiraling a little. I wrote out a whole bunch of complaints but just deleted them because it just reeked of overly…

    May 28, 2020
  • COVID19 life Parenting

    Day 73: School is Important

    Risk vs Benefit. We make those calculations every single day. But from what I’ve read, it does not seem like humans are very good at calculating risk. We are biased by what is featured…

    May 27, 2020