Location: Northern Zone, Costa Rica - 200 to 300 meters Tropical Humid Rainforest
posted 7 years ago
Or perhaps not. I sometimes do nothing because I have too many choices and I don't really have to do any of them. Then, I don't do anything, and feel guilty for being such a lazy slug (my wife denies that I am lazy, it is just I am learning to slow down a little)
Anyway, over the weekend, I put together a little bit of database work, and a little bit of code, and now I have myself a tool for making my decision for me! (just like a geek, use a computer to do everything!)
So, first thing I do in the morning is start up the program which presents things for me to do in a random order.
I have two lists, one for work, the other for play.
Amazingly, it is working. Yesterday I got stuff done on revamping our website, and also did some work on a hydroelectric project. (the hydro project is considered play Even my hobbies make money...)
I have another list of things with deadlines, I don't have any issue doing those, and I have a reminder system I wrote that does a very good job pestering myself, and those who work for us, about those.
Sustainable Plantations and Agroforestry in Costa Rica
I thought I was the only one that froze in placewalked around in circles looking at all the options when confronted with too many things to choose from. I keep telling my roommate that I need someone to give me a boot in the rear to start something, but she hasn't taken me up on the idea.