Five things for the week
- I'm working on slowing down. Not in the sense that I want less to do, rather, in the sense that I move towards doing things in a more purposeful, quality > quantity methodology. I'm working on incorporating this in all aspects of my life, from handling large scale projects and tasks at work to cooking more meals at home.
- I started reading Ursula Le Guin's translation of Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching. I first heard about her translation through Maria Popova's Brain Pickings post. Intentionally I'm only reading a few pages at a time, taking time to process and truly understand what is being written. It helps slow things down and put things into perspective.
- Photography! I am slowly, intentionally, working my way back into it. I have identified it as something that has been missing in my life and routines.
- Work out loud. Live out loud. I'm exploring this as possible themes to help me post to this blog and social media sites.
- There's something about my home office setup that has been bothering me. I cannot pin point it, yet. Not sure if it has to do with the technology/layout of technology, or the layout of the overall workspace altogether. Or, if it's just something that I will always be tinkering with because that's simply what I like to do.