Welcome to round 3 of round of words 2020! This time staring these goals:
The weekly goals are quite similar to before. The main difference is moving activism activities to twice a week, moving recipes to an end of the week check, and doing a bit more on the exercise front. I'm going to keep my normal walks like I have been and am adding in pushups/situps/squats corresponding to the number in the cell. By the end of the round I should be able to do 100 of each in a row. It's simple, works out what needs to get worked out, is strength training which I've been missing, and can be done from home without equipment. Overall should be a fun way to expand my goals.
Monthly goals are also similar. Main difference being changing out basement projects for specific sewing/beading projects. It's not even that different, it's just calling out the fact that I need to be doing something with those items which are in my basement, instead of getting distracted by other choices.
The 'out of 13' section saw the most change with me moving activism to twice weekly and cancelling writing blog posts when I don't want to. Adding in Google Play App reviews seems natural. There have been a few times recently where I downloaded an app only to find out that I had used/played it two or three years ago. Obviously they weren't good enough to make an impression and I wish I had left myself a note! Steam reviews was a last minute addition. I'd like to have four options in this category, but it's still too early in COVID for me to add back in Google Map reviews. The Steam reviews are worth doing, but I doubt it'll be lasting more than this round.
Lastly the monthly goals. This month is all about audio recording. I spent over four hours yesterday knee deep in learning about microphones, their setups, and how to record at the best possible quality. I then purchased a whole new setup! I'm looking forward to putting it together and hearing the results. (Which is good, since that's the rest of this months goals!) Unsure about the next two months goals yet, the rumor on the wind is house repairs/upgrades, but we'll see what this year brings.
I am always drawn to organizing charts like this but every time I create them or start using a to-do ap I always spend more time making the lists and charts and spreadsheets, rearranging them and making them pretty than I do actually doing the tasks. It is terribly OCD and I suspect has something to do with the Asperger's.
7/23/2020 06:08:17 pm
Spending too much time organizing is absolutely a danger when doing things like these. That's one of the reasons that I'm often drawn to simpler software options, for example this chart was made in Google Doc's and I made in probably 30minutes. It doesn't need to be pretty to be effective, but it does need good visual management!
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