I seem to spend so many of my waking days in Microsoft Office. When I get the chance, I like to switch it up and use another application for writing. After spending the last year using Dropbox Paper to write blog posts, I switched over to Google Docs and I’m finding out I like it.… Continue reading Writing with Google Docs
After four + weeks of social isolation, I still say it’s challenging even for a person like me who enjoys their time alone. I continue to put one foot in front of the other and move forward. Here’s how I’m seeing self-isolation: The good I’ve been full of ideas for personal writing projects that I… Continue reading Self-isolation: The good and the bad
It’s another week down in social isolation. It’s Saturday. I woke up this morning and continued to work on some projects in my basement. Then I worked out with a kettlebell for a bit. I’m still trying to get more physically active again while my gym remains closed. It could be a while until my… Continue reading Status report: Another week in self-isolation redux
As week 5 of self-isolation trudges on, I’m finding a new pace to get work done and to keep moving forward. Last night, I mustered up the motivation to work out with my new kettlebells and plan to up my exercise game yet again today. Here’s what else I have going on: I won the… Continue reading Self-isolation status report: Finding a new pace
Well, it’s the end of week 4 of my self-isolation. Time doesn’t fly. Then again, this is a marathon, not a sprint. In fact, I was caught surprised that today is Good Friday and that Sunday is Easter. Except for the crab cakes in my freezer from the Crab Cake Factory, I’m rather blah on… Continue reading Week 4 of self-isolation down. How many more to go?