They say making a list helps in organization. It’s never worked in the past for me, but I’ll try it again:
- Update my blogroll. There are a shitload of new folks linking to SEB that I’ve stumbled across that I enjoy quite a bit, but haven’t added to my blogroll yet. Plus I need to clean out some of the dead links and sites I don’t really read much anymore.
- Actually get around to designing all the layouts I had intended to do over Christmas vacation.
- Take that stupid dead car battery sitting in my trunk back to Murray’s so I can get my $7 deposit back.
- Finish the latest short story I started writing two days ago.
- Win the lottery (this one never seems to come off my list).
- Finishing writing up that tutorial on how to post pictures to a MT blog I was working on for my Mom.
- Make an appointment with H&R to do my taxes.
- Write a book about… something (a recent development, also unlikely to ever leave this list).
- Finish my 100 Things About Me list which I started back in June of last year and never got past 30 items on.
- Finish working on the business cards I was making for my side business.
- Sit down and outline some of the bigger blog entries I want to write on issues with regards to skepticism and such so I can actually write something about them.
- Find a new job.
OK, that’s enough for now. Amazing how much of an accomplishment just making a list feels like.