It’s been a month since I started my gardening experiment. Actually the box said Chia Obama would grow full in 1-2 weeks, so perhaps I’m a little late in reporting this out. What can I say? I’m a slow learner.
At this point, I’m ready to call this experiment complete. The results were far from perfect (Chia Obama turned out more like Chia Doc Brown from Back to the Future), but the seeds did grow into something and I got $13 worth of entertainment value. As such, I consider it a success.
Here is what I learned: Continue reading Reporting Out on the Gardening Habit
You may have noticed that I include what I’m currently reading in the right hand column of this blog and it changes pretty regularly. I have a reputation for reading lots of books. My coworker Dave teases me that I always have a book recommendation to follow up on a conversation we are having.
Other people have also observed that I read a lot of books. They ask how I’ve been able to do so. I assume that is because they too want to start reading (or simply read more).
It’s actually pretty simple to start reading, but like many things in life being simple doesn’t mean it’s easy. Continue reading The Reading Habit
Do you have a New Years Resolution for 2016? Did you have any resolutions for 2015? How did they work out? Did any resolutions stick for the entire year? How about for a couple months or even a week?
It’s demoralizing to come up short on a goal, but don’t feel bad if your resolution didn’t last, you’re in the majority. 25% of resolutions are broken within the first week and 54% are abandoned before 6 months. Continue reading Goals for 2016