Weekly review: Weeks ending May 20, 2011 and May 27, 2011

Things have been a little hectic around here. =)

Over the past two weeks

  • Work
    • [X] Conduct training for project I in Colorado
    • [X] Keep an eye on project M
    • [X] Sort out upcoming projects
    • [X] Prepare for social media / Gen Y talk for client D
    • Booked flight to New York
    • Biked to the office twice
    • Presented “Mentoring on the Network” to 50 IBMers
  • Relationships
    • [X] Catch up on mail
    • [X] Write more about Netherlands trip
    • [X] Plant more herbs and greens – basil basil basil basil
    • [X] Make bagels
    • Helped hem J-‘s pants – made a hair bow, ribbon, and brooch from the scraps
  • Life
    • [X] Set aside writing time while on business trip, and actually write
    • [X] Think about what I want to learn next – more sewing projects?
    • Found out what happens when you miss a plane (world does not end)
    • Lots of gardening! Redid front yard as a tea garden

Plans for next week

  • Work
    • [ ] Finish Gen Y/Gen C presentation
    • [ ] Get started on project M
    • [ ] Wrap up on project C
  • Relationships
    • [X] Help J- with homework
    • [X] Make cute cat soap holder
  • Life
    • [ ] Fix this calendar bug: what can I do to make it easier to remember events and tasks?
    • [ ] Draw a presentation-style thing for myself =)

3 responses to “Weekly review: Weeks ending May 20, 2011 and May 27, 2011”

  1. Ramon says:

    Couple of things:

    1) gardening is categories as relationship? wow… I talk to my plants too, but I thought I was just being schizophrenic.

    2) I have a cat. Can you make her into a soap holder too?

    1. Sacha Chua says:

      Ramon: Planting with W- and J- is definitely relationship-related. Cultivating fruits and vegetables we’ll all enjoy is mostly relationship-related. Turning the compost tends to be something I do by myself (solitary reflection on death, decay, and life!), so I tend to file that under the Life category.

      Cats can hold soap, but not for very long, and then you get all scratched up afterwards. Not recommended. ;)

  2. Ramon says:

    *CATEGORIZED* – bleah. jokes are no fun when there’re typos…

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