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that feeling of accomplishment - when you don't know what to do...
do the next thing
tashabear
tashabear
that feeling of accomplishment
I got everything done on my to-do list today. I had to go to the bank, grocery store (I hate and love grocery stores -- I always get what I wanted and about $30 more worth of stuff), gas station ($2.29/gallon! woot!), butcher shop, and post office. I was going to wash the truck, but I knew I wouldn't have time, so I took it off the list. (The truck is really dirty.)

I feel very accomplished, and I gotta say, I think this little book helped a lot. I can fold it up, put it in my back pocket, flip it so whatever page I like is up, turn it inside out when all the pages on one side of the paper are full... it's very useful, and easy to make. I'm all about useful hacks these days.

Guess I'll get started on the tail end of the cloak project -- I've got three episodes of The Venture Brothers to watch! Go Team Venture!

Ooh, also (to save spamming my f-list further) -- I had a brilliant idea today. When I'm looking for information in a reference book, I always have to pull the book out so I can look at the table of contents and the index, or get the bibliographic information. I think, to save desk space and to keep from pulling books I don't need, I'm going to either scan or photocopy the biblio page, the TOC, and the index, and keep it in a binder. Then I can just pull that, and see what books I need, rather than pulling out a stack of books and not putting them back.

i feel: accomplished accomplished

2 trips or shoot the rapids
Comments
From: linuxwitch Date: September 23rd, 2006 03:05 am (UTC) (base camp)
2.29 a gallon!! Holy crap. We're still in 2.9x here. *sulks*
tashabear From: tashabear Date: September 23rd, 2006 03:22 am (UTC) (base camp)
This is a recent development.
2 trips or shoot the rapids