I've let my mess go
174 entries
Started Jun 8, 2020

Finally sorting through some of my old outputs from Futureland first 365. Polishing the website so it looks usable now.

Took me a long time, but I got mosh running on my macintosh computer. There’s a whole bunch of weird caveats on what you would think is a common platform. This sets the groundwork for me being able to get into my TODO system anywhere, as well as a basic environment for coding. It’s not the IDE that I normally use for work, but it has the power of the CLI search utilities and text editor.

I especially like how mosh keeps my tmux session, so I don’t even need to reconnect to that when I open the pad.

Trying to get better at structuring my day, which often gets derailed from lack or poor quality of sleep. OSCAR, a sleep tracking software I've begun using, shows the stats of my XPAP machine. I'm still getting used to it, and unconsciously removed it for 4 hours last night.

Trying to get into a habit of taking my breaks to chip away at my open loops, this one being the room I spent majority of summer in.

Loads of still-packed boxes from my last move. This was supposed to be a temporary housing situation, and market means it’s hard to buy now. I’ll be going through and finding what to toss and appropriately labelling bins.

Set up a cocuh cover and cleared a bunch of luggage to make way for a dedicated resting zone. I think it’ll help to separate work and relaxation spaces. Especially making it comfortable so there isn’t any barriers to actually resting

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