Last night, I read an interesting blog post by Lidiya, whose blog I read on occasion. How can writing for 10 minutes each morning change your life? Well, although it has not been a part of my morning routine as is, this may become something that I try to adjust with my morning routine.
For once, the eighth song of the day is one that I cannot find a freely playable form online. It is by Matt Ulery’s Loom, and is a jazz song.
Well, perhaps it is about something that is NOT logical.
Here’s a surefire way to throw Noah into disorientation: throw in a short week!
I am a slave to routine and habit, although I am not nearly as rigid as I used to be when I was younger. I like having the usual times for working (e.g. with some window between the hours, ordinarily, of 08:00 and 18:00 on weekdays) so as to have evenings and weekends for leisure. When a holiday or other non-working day happens during a work-week, even if it is on a Monday or a Friday, it tends to throw off my week.
Well, the month of May just flew by! That also means that M.A.P.L.E. has ended, and I go back to posts that need not be prompted by music.
Although I really liked the challenge that I made, it definitely caused there to be some days where my posting schedule was quite unpredictable. In fact, the I would have to listen to the seventh song, decide how to incorporate it into a blog post, and then write it. This was not always practicable in the morning as I had done with most of my previous posts this year, since I have to get work done during the day lest I lose efficiency!