Weekly review: Week ending June 10, 2016

It’s interesting how the time averages out, even though the days are so fluid. I used my ~2h/day of discretionary time for reconnecting with former work colleagues, helping friends by watching their newborn, adding a new category to my tracker and visualizer, sewing a backup changing pad, and drawing in my journal.

Thrush reappeared a few days after the pediatrician gave us the all-clear, so we’re doing another round of Nystatin. If that doesn’t work, it’s back to the doctor.

W- was curious about early potty introduction, so we’re giving that a part-time try by offering the potty after A- wakes up from naps, if she’s calm. Sometimes it works well. Neat!

A little shorter on sleep this week, but still okay. W-‘s been working hard so that he can deliver a good chunk of work before going on parental leave. Looking forward to investing time into improving the house and streamlining our routines to make the coming years easier.

2016-06-13a Week ending 2016-06-10 -- index card #journal #weekly output

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Focus areas and time review

  • Business (4.0h – 2%)
    • Earn (4.0h – 100% of Business)
  • Relationships (3.5h – 2%)
    • ☑ Update Dr. Roth
    • ☑ Call cardiologist to reschedule
    • ☑ Take A- for follow-up blood test
    • ☑ Buy Nystatin and shampoo for cradle cap
  • Discretionary – Productive (13.5h – 8%)
    • Emacs (0.4h – 0% of all)
      • ☑ Do another Emacs News review
    • Coding (2.1h – 1% of all)
      • ☑ Add month weight for age
      • ☑ Add potty to tracker and visualization
    • Sewing (0.9h)
      • ☑ Consider buying PUL and Zorb
    • Writing (1.9h)
    • ☑ Line up some reading on the tablet for when A- is waking up
    • ☑ Look for more books about parenting
    • ☑ Reconsider TFSA investments – move to bonds
    • ☑ Sketch thoughts re watching E
  • Discretionary – Play (0.0h – 0%)
  • Personal routines (19.4h – 11%)
  • Unpaid work (71.8h – 42%)
    • Childcare (55.0h – 32% of total)
  • Sleep (55.8h – 33% – average of 8.0 per day)