Thursday, August 10, 2017

Getting Back on Track

I started off strong - really, I did. When I first retired, I had the strength of 10. But, as the summer passed, I lost my Mojo.

The first thing to go was my dedication to daily upkeep of the house. I found myself weakly saying, maƱana.


Then, I began raiding the fridge. I packed on a lot of the weight I had lost in the last semester I worked.


Lastly, I began skipping my revision schedule. I read aimlessly, both on- and offline.

I started taking naps. Like a 3-year old.

So, unless I want to become this:


I need to re-boot my life plans.

I started Tuesday morning by getting cleaned up and dressed. I got to work with revising my Chem book, planning my week, and cleaning up the kitchen.

Together, Den and I planned a healthy breakfast, conferred about our schedules, and made the bed (that last is not easy to get done early, if you have a partner - like mine - who likes to sleep in).

I didn't manage to check-in with the Ham Radio NET today, but I did re-set my radio for the local repeaters (I had used the local ones in Cincinnati while traveling). I'm going to use my unassigned time for the EclipseMob receiver setup and testing. I need to get another capacitor for that.

Today (Wednesday, August 9), I have completed several future blog posts, started with a healthier breakfast, and made some plans for today.


If you do it right, one day is enough.

How do you eat an elephant?

One Bite at a Time.

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