hello monday: vol. 3
hello monday: vol. 2
Hello, Monday. I've been doing some thinking on discipline.
We're just a couple of weeks into this new year and, according to statistics, most people who made resolutions or goals will abandon them in about four weeks time. At least I think that's the stat — middle of February or so, and our resolve and willpower fails and we go back to old habits until January 1st rolls around again and we resolve anew.
hello monday: vol. 1
Hello Monday. I went to see a movie on Friday.
You've probably heard of it — the one that depicts the life of P.T. Barnum and how his circus began. Critics have heralded it as spectacular entertainment, a must-see, and more. My official opinion is, if you can put aside the ethics of the circus for a couple of hours, it is a movie with wonderful performances, beautiful cinematography, phenomenal choreography, and a soundtrack I am sure to have on repeat for the next several weeks at least.
On Pivoting and Too Much of a Good Thing
Hello, Monday. Welcome to 2018.
It probably just adds to my organizational nerd status, but I am far more excited than is probably normal about the fact that today, the first day of 2018, is a Monday. Because it's not just a new day or a new week, but a new month and a new year. It's like the ultimate fresh start.
How a Monthly Duty Day Can Simplify Your Life
At this point in my life, I don't think anyone is surprised when I start a new project or venture.
They might shake their head, laugh a little bit, and once again question my level of sanity or common sense, but they're no longer surprised because that's how I've always rolled — a ton of different things going at any given time, a weird mash up of perfectly organized and a total hot mess.
Over the last couple of years, I've been horrible about doing anything with the thousands of photos sitting on phone and hard drive.
It's almost a running joke amongst my friends that about once a year, I realize I've done nothing except Instagram a few photos over the last 12 months and countless others are just sitting on my phone or hard drive collecting virtual dust. So once a year, I'll sit down and have an epic culling and editing session and upload literally an entire year's worth of photos to Facebook, vowing this is the last time I'll do something like this.
And 9-12 months later, the process repeats itself.