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Podcast: Best Laid Plans

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Nights & Tech Splurge

Thank you so much for your kind words and thoughts yesterday! I didn’t do much better last night (TIRED), but I think I have identified some strategies that may help in the future. Of note, we do already read together currently as part of…

March 24, 2021
life Parenting

Dead Time

I feel pretty good about how I spend my time lately. Except for a certain window that I really want to work on. That window is approximately 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. I usually have very little energy by that time and quite honestly…

March 23, 2021
life Parenting


First, work has been a lot. We found out our program filled on Monday (relief!). And very soon, I will find out who will be matching into our residency program (the matchees and everyone else will find out tomorrow, but we get a heads…

March 18, 2021
Book Reviews Reading Work

Time Blocked Day

First of all, I am pleasantly surprised at how non-disastrous this time change has felt thus far. I think it is because I am far better at waking up early / going to be early compared to waking up late / going to bed…

March 16, 2021
Best Laid Plans

Best Laid Plans Ep #34: Your Questions

Topics covered in this episode: Q1: Ways to use planning to help with sharing mental load Book reference: Drop the Ball by Tiffany Dufu Q2: Planning during off days, like weekend and vacation. I definitely do weekend planning, but plan decidedly less on vacation!…

March 15, 2021
Best Laid Plans Planners

Podcast Collab Alert!

#1: Planners & Wine Interview! You all know by now that P&W is one of my favorite podcasts — I never miss an episode and am a happy Patreon supporter. Hosts Megan & Myra were kind enough to come chat with me on BLP,…

March 11, 2021
COVID19 life

Currently: Some Updates

I slept 7.5 glorious hours last night. Without interruption or fear of interruption. Honestly, it was amazing. Currently: Reading: The Glass Hotel (Emily St. John Mandel) and A World Without Email (Cal Newport). I finally finished Medical Apartheid (Harriett Washington; took me over a…

March 10, 2021

Almost 1 year later . . .

I started to pull up posts from 1 year ago. I’m not sure why I haven’t done this little look-back sooner, but wow. It’s mildly traumatizing and definitely somewhat embarrassing to read. (You can find anything you’d like in the March 2020 archives, but…

March 9, 2021