Last updated on September 9th, 2014 at 10:39 pm
When one does nothing with their day, do they have nothing to write about?
Nothing… is a strong word. Today saw me:
- Scan documents in to clean up some space;
- Get a haircut after four months of growing it out—let us note that I did so because I just grew tired of the maintenance, not because anyone coerced me to—with a barber who was really old school about it, using electric razor, scissors and comb to give s haircut that took QUITE a long time due to the precision of the whole ordeal;
- And now, I'm watching Braveheart for the very first time—it's on a long list of movies that I need to see sooner or later
I'll admit it—not my most eventful of days—but not all days are going to end up being that way.
I love to think of each day being a progressive step towards self-improvement, but it's not always easy to see it. It's all part of some massive master plan, and each day is just one of the fragments that make up the whole.
It's been suggested that I try to build up a backlog of posts so I don't find myself writing day-to-day just to keep up (sort of like living cheque-to-cheque). But I find this challenging; I want my content to be fresh; I want it to be exciting! How do you make sure that you're still doing these when you're writing posts days, weeks, or even MONTHS in advance?
Questions, questions, but not an answer in sight!
For now, nothing's certain but Braveheart and taxes 🙁