Somedays /nights, I sit at my deck, at my laptop, and work. I have project and lists and thing to do, and sometimes I need to put my head down and type. Or get my tools out and fix and re-solder that thing I’ve been meaning to. Or sometimes I need to completely rebuild a computer. There are tons of instances where I need to hunker down and ‘do’. And I found music that really helps.
Whelp, it official. Its been too damn cold for too damn long.
Feeling overwhelmed with a to do list? Stacks of papers or mail piling up? Have you ever moved and, after unpacking, realize this box of stuff is mostly junk but you don’t have time to organize it? Enter the three-a-day method.
I hit a new milestone and a new top speed.
When I drive my perpetually dirty car, there are a few spots that always get dirtier than others. There are spots where dirt collect and as a driver I try to find the most efficient way of keeping it out of the driver’s area. That means stuffing garbage right beside me.
In Albert Camus’ novel the Fall, Camus wrote this line in reference to Clemence’s collision between his self and his over inflated self-image. There is a lot to be understood from this single line.
Its been a busy week – like always – and my work as a chef can be very taxing. It can also be a lot of fun, and this week was a great week. Sometimes, there’s a thrill to running your own restaurant: the food is yours, the pride is yours, when its a party, you feel like you’re the host. There’s nothing quite like it. This was the soundtrack to a really great weekend.
An unexamined life is not worth living. –Socrates
Workout Log // Day Three
Every day makes a difference.