Writing a blog post is often cathartic and sometimes it’s enlightening. This one is a little bit both; simply writing this post (the first real one in a while) makes me feel like I’m back on the horse AND I actually discovered why I was struggling with something that has eluded me for a while. Feel free to tell me how obvious my discovery is.
. . . → Read More: Pomodoro – The Final Chapter
In this post I promised an update in one week – it’s been a little over a week, but here’s the promised progress report.
The Pomodoro Method works OK for some things that I do:
Non-meeting time: When I have time to get some work done – there’s no meetings scheduled or I’m not being interrupted by other people in the building – then the . . . → Read More: Pomodoro progress, halftime report
tomAto or tomAHto?
… so maybe I’ll like Pomodoro.
Some quick facts:
I peruse a bunch of RSS feeds. I use a Mac I own an Android phone I DO like tomatoes. [note to self: add a post about my Dad's garden]
I have a list of about 30 or so RSS feeds that I check periodically  – I let Safari just load . . . → Read More: I like tomatoes…