“Missed Opportunities…” — Hall & Oates

The 2010 20K: Day 30

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Last updated on February 4th, 2024 at 10:42 am

It’s not all about the money. This is something I know and would like to stress. Money is good to have and can be quite useful, but should never be the be-all and end-all tool behind any motivation.


I have a couple of old jackets to get rid of that’re taking up space in the closet. With the temperatures getting as low as they have, I think there are many others who would benefit from them more than the seldom-used space in the house!

And it’s so convenient!

Unfortunately, I don’t think I’m going to be able to get my piece for the Threadless 10K contest done to the quality I’d like by tomorrow. Trevor already pointed this out, that I need to stop leaving things to the last minute—I know it can be hard to balance all of life’s commitments—maybe it’s just about better time management?

Here’s a look at it, anyway—the theme was to “create the next trend”—I decided to look at trends instead, and show what the next trend might be in tech—maybe with a glow in the dark effect. What I was aiming to show was all the different tech all branching into one device which is like a roll-up of them all—something like what the iPhone would be like in its next generation (not yet pictured):

This won’t stop me—minor bump in the road. There’s another contest at https://shirt.woot.com due Wednesday—they have weekly derbies with $1,500 top prizes—this time around, the theme is “Heart”, and I have an idea 😊 Hopefully I can actually get it in on time 😕 There’s a good idea rolling around in my head, and I hope to bust it out in style.

So time to wrap it up, pop in a DVD and make my way to eventual sleep.

The Math:

  • The 2010 20K Running Total = $88.04

Keep it warm, y’all.

The second logo for Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad


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