In Progress – August 6 and 7, 2015

In Progress - August 6 and 7, 2015

Finding old to do lists always feels a little like recovering old fragments of self stuck in time. I’m sure they’re of no interest to anyone else but I’m going to start keeping my tasks here for progress tracking and archival purposes. I like the pressure of transparency and want to look back on these and get a little of that breathe-easy, grateful-to-have-survived feeling. So here we go, my first to do list that’s still a work in progress.

Thursday August 6, 2015

Personal

  • Found a list of 8 potential travel backpacks. Now I need to buy one before I go.
  • Looked at platforms for recording productivity and progress (and settled on WordPress with inline commenting)
  • Run
  • Shower (the good, long kind)
  • Rooftop dinner with a bunch of South Koreans (Goal: Learn everything I possibly can about Seoul before I left next Thursday)
  • Write something

EVER

  • Weekly standup
  • Review boomer landing page
  • Review millennial landing page
  • Update boomer landing page
  • Update millennial landing page
  • Post on social
  • Submitted next week’s posts for review
  • Write Friends and Family Letter

    Xpand

  • Allow edit access to survey

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