The state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it

I’ve been off-track lately. For at least the last several months. Seeing that the holiday of Discardia is reaching it’s termination (probably – Discardia is a very low-key and ill-defined holiday), I thought it might be time to start putting my affairs back in order.

So many things and projects I want to do and so little time and mental willpower to achieve it. Did you know that there are studies that show we each have only a limited amount of willpower (via 43 Folders)? And when we use it up, it’s gone until we can refuel. That’s why, I think, it’s harder to resist those donuts at the end of the evening, rather than in the morning or during the day. I still have some will-fuel left but it seems to run out around 4:00 PM or 5:00 PM.

OK, this isn’t helping. Time to go work on some of those projects.

Things to look for from me in the future:

  • A survey! Yay! Everyone loves surveys, right?
  • More regular posting.
  • More long-ish posts – at least two a week.
  • More of me in other outlets – that’s the goal, anyway.
  • More posts about my exercise and diet – one of the things I’m missing is the regular boost I get from consistent documentation of my efforts.

I’m sure there’s more but that’s all I can think of at the moment. Plus an annoying co-worker is bugging me right now. Double-ugh.

Time to do the dayjob for a bit.