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June 29th, 2009

Jun. 29th, 2009

  • 17:49 how did someone I know actually find me on Twitter? Aloha, @Alohaweezie! #
  • 17:52 saw "Transformers II" today. #
  • 22:05 thinks pics of @kenkafriikki at work would be... interesting! ;-) Doubts we'll see any, however! :-p #
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I'm having a difficult time motivating myself to get things done. Specifically, I look at my "decluttering project," feel overwhelmed, and retreat into the world of the internet. Hours can disappear.

Today is, or was, Monday. Tomorrow will be different. Tomorrow will be better.

I'm going to turn off the computer and try to finish reading two books I've started.

That's another thing I'm not accomplishing -- finishing the books I've started. Or even starting the books I want to start.

There's SO MUCH I WANT TO DO with a limited amount of time, that the act of deciding becomes paralyzing. While doing, or thinking about doing, one thing, I'm distracted by thinking about what else I could or should be doing.

I guess I need to get into that "living in the now" thing. Hey, isn't there a book about that?

Mostly I need to have a moratorium on computer use during daylight hours, and stop hiding by taking naps.

Computer moratorium during daylight hours. That's a good idea. It starts... now.

The Future Is(n't) Now!

What ever happened to the future?

It's supposed to be like this.

And I'm supposed to be a part of it. Instead, ....

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