Monthly review: June 2011

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June was a good month for health-related experiments. The community-supported agriculture box meant that we had lots of vegetables in the house. I joined several long bike rides, getting plenty of exercise. Sun + warm weather = garden growing at full speed, although my lettuce has bolted. At work, I dived back into Drupal development. I’ve been working from home almost all the time because I really like the standing-desk set up I’ve got at home – our kitchen counter, which is conveniently close to water and snacks. Good things all around.

July is shaping up to be a great month too. Summer’s heat means more ice cream and less baking. I’m fascinated by the way my social interactions are shifting: I’m growing more and more comfortable talking about grown-up things (what J-‘s learning this summer; what W- and I are working on), and I get together less frequently with my old circles. Work is chugging along nicely. It’s a good month to practise managing the pipeline of opportunities, too, so that I can move from one engagement to another without many hiccups. Onward and upward!

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