Waking up: looking at my data (February 20, 2011, 16) - Whenever I manage to wake up early a few days in a row, I feel great about it. But I don’t do it consistently. I spend a couple of days waking up before 6 AM and enjoying a good spurt of writing, and then I find myself slipping back into later bedtimes and later wake-up
Jetlag-assisted early days (October 19, 2011, 0) - I like jet lag. Used well, it’s a low-effort way to reset one’s sleep schedule. I’ve been waking up at 5 AM for the past couple of days. I realized that starting work early usually means that I end up working the entire day anyway, so I’ve been using the extra hours for personal projects
Back at the beginning (November 21, 2005, 0) - The last class of tango was today. We ended on a strange note,
realizing how much more there is to learn. No tango trance today. No
sensation of flow. Maybe next time.
Next week: a party. Difficult question: whom to invite?
I wish I could invite him.
From here to first frost (July 5, 2009, 3) - The typical first frost date in Toronto is October 6, which is 93 days away. If we allow two weeks for safety, that gives us 79 days of growing, minus whatever time you need to germinate.
My garden is full. Full full full full. I shouldn’t plant any more into it, because each plant needs room
Meeting (April 19, 2006, 0) - Ack. I don’t think I’ll stick around for pub night. I’m _starving_, and I have really low energy right now – feeling rather sick…
I don’t even think I’ll get much studying done tonight. I’ll sleep early and wake up tomorrow.
I wouldn’t have minded a quick, one-hour meeting, but this meeting’s
twice as long as advertised. I