Day 2

Undoubtedly the morning will be the best time to get this daily writing accomplished. Which means I’ll need to shorten my internet surfing or expedite it in some way.

As far as PopURLs goes I am going to limit myself to 4 click-throughs on links and two on photos. That ought to budget my time well and serve to help me better scan the listings.

For blog reading this will be a little harder. I can’t know how many are going to be available each morning, nor which of the good ones will be fresh. Maybe a timer? And only check in the morning and at lunch. I’ll have to think on that. But let’s set a goal for a target: after tomorrow I will have something that credibly limits my blog browsing.

Day 1

Been itching to force myself to write again. This is the newest plan. It’s based on some dudes interpretation of a bit of advice Jerry Seinfeld gave him for writing: make chains.

Turns out the way to be a better comedian is to write every day. To mark it off on a calendar and to put a big red X over each day you write. Then don’t break the chain of X’s. Simple enough to say not so hard to do, but for 1000 days?

It is not clear to me how the 1000 days came into this. The two efforts are one and the same now.

I gave up on reading Fieldwork. It was enjoyable to read, but not terribly encouraging to finish. I haven’t been able to get tot he good part and I am more than halfway through.

Been thinking about taking up Ailchas’ story again. Or maybe to draw out the map of Am.

The Bringer of Mist has also drifted to the top of my mind with a little bubble of thinking around the main character heading out into the sand dunes on lopers.