- I have to hire someone to format this book. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. i've followed the instructions 6 times and it's still fail... 1 day ago
- I was watching hubby put an entire box of alcohol laced coolers in the fridge. Me: You're going to leave no room to put the milk back in... 2 days ago
Putting the fun back in dysfunctional.
#Row80 Check in
April 8, 2012Posted by on
My first Row80 check in. Goals have not been on the top of my mind this week.
Goal #1 750 words, 5 days a week. I wrote 7 days this week, no idea on my word count as I forgot to keep track. It’s not a habit of mine, as long as I write I’m generally happy.
Goal #2 blog twice a week. Going well, been doing random life posts on Mondays and Fun on Fridays and the occasional writerly thing scheduled for the middle of the week.
Goal #3 Go to the park and for a walk. Went to the park on Thursday with Boy, while Girl was at Karate, even though it was freezing with wind.
Goal #4. yard clean up in progress. Our new place has an enormous amount of trees and thus a great big deal of leaves. We did 6 bags of leaves in the fall before the snow fell, the rest got shoved in a pile, we did 13 this spring and I have probably 3-5 more to do. Although some are going in my new compost bin, as soon as there is time to build that. And y’know lack of wind. (Okay there is never lack of wind, it’s the prairies).
Goal #5. Retweet by using mentions. I think more than half my tweet this week were with mentions of users, many people thanked me. I read this post. I read this post yesterday, titled The Twitter Thanking Crisis. Basically a lot of people tweet messages that seem like thank-yous, but are actually self-promotion. Some good tips and some ranting in the post. Any thoughts on the topic? Do you engage in some of the activities she writes about? (I do, but they aren’t the only things I tweet, so I think I’m okay).
Happy Easter. My children got a bit of candy and Just Dance 3, which the boy is less than thrilled about; he loves the first one, but this one has songs he’s unfamiliar at this moment, a month from now will be a different story. I will say it’s way more complicated than the first one, they don’t always show you the next move, relying on you to remember.