Curb your Enthusiasm

Or don’t bite off more than you can chew.

Following my post from the other day about projects I have started and never finished coupled with some conversations and things I’ve read on forums and T’internet I should probably take stock before I do anything.

The enthusiasm is there. The desire and the will are there. But there’s just not enough time in the day for me to do everything I want to. Despite what a friend of mine says about going to music gigs in your 50s (I’m not too old by a long chalk but sod spending a weekend in a tent in the rain to see some bands I’ve never heard of!). But I digress.

TBH I don’t, at the moment, have the energy.

This will come. I have no doubt. I already notice a difference in the little running that I do. But running on 3 days a week, resting on 3 (it’s part of the programme) and playing football on the other is about as much as I can do at the moment. I probably should cut out the football until I’ve completed the running programme but I enjoy not only the playing but the banter and friendship which is good for my mental health. So the swimming and the bike riding will have to wait. Oh and don’t panic Mr and Mr Brownlee I’m not aiming for your triathlon golds!

So on my rest days I can concentrate on the more cerebral projects which include this blog. Which although it just seems to be thrown together (it is) does take some time to type with just my 2 fingers. So the project I gave myself at the weekend is still to be completed. But a lot of progress has already been made and it will be finished tomorrow. Well stage 1 anyway. 🙂

So once the emails are sorted I just need to figure out what I want to do with the laptop I’ve configured to be a Linux server. I honestly have no idea so any suggestions just leave them in the comments.

#LovingLifeAgain

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