My Done List for 9/7/21:

It’s easy for me to feel like a day went by where I didn’t do anything, so I’m making a list of what I did. Here’s today’s:

  • Prepped M’s lunch and school stuff.
  • Made M’s breakfast.
  • Made myself tea and breakfast.
  • Ate breakfast.
  • Took M to school.
  • Wrote and published a blog post.
  • Emailed D about podcast ideas.
  • Fixed some links and added others to the Writing page of my website.
  • Categorized some transactions in QuickBooks.
  • Played around with a contract creation service.
  • Reviewed tasks and set priorities.
  • Poked around on Twitter and micro.blog.
  • Covered hole in bathroom floor.
  • Ate a snack.
  • Read a little Lore Olympus.
  • Watched a little TNG.
  • Took a nap.
  • Scrolled dark academia Instagram.
  • Did some ankle strengthening exercises.
  • Printed some paperwork for W.
  • Ate lunch.
  • Read more Lore Olympus.
  • Picked M up from school.
  • Played with M & his new weather toys.
  • Did video call with L. so she could talk to M.
  • Watched Disney ride through videos with M.
  • Trimmed M’s nails.

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Kimberly Hirsh, PhD @KimberlyHirsh
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