So I had laid out a schedule for the blog a couple of days ago. After further thought, I have decided to make some changes. I am removing the summary’s of A Whack to The Side of the Head, since people could plagiarize that as homework. I am adding summaries of two other books I’m currently doing to the schedule to encourage my self to read them in good time.
Sunday: Meditation on a Section of Scripture.
Monday: Asterisk Configuration Series.
Tuesday: Open Topic
Wednesday: Thoughts on Reading from the Screwtape Letters.
Thursday: Thoughts from George Muller Reading.
Friday: Thoughts on Computer Hardware Basics Reading.
Saturday: Thoughts on Cisco Networking Reading.
It’s been a while. If I recall correctly, I said I was going to try post on a regular basis. Being a normal person, I promptly ignored my vague goal and went on to live my happy no-blogging life exactly as I had before. Well, I still have an inner urge to blog on a regular basis, but life has a tendency to get in the way. The easiest goals to achieve are the ones you have other people holding you two, the second easiest are the ones you really really want to, beyond that you pretty much need to turn it into a habit.
For me, writing on a regular basis is a desire, but not something a really really want to do. Therefore I’m going to attempt to make writing a daily habit. To this end, I’m making it my goal to have a new post every day, whether it is about configuring an Asterisk server, or describing the pattern on our couch. I’d like to try applying the principles I’ve been learning in my critical thinking class, so don’t be surprised if I make a weird post or two. I will likely write ahead and schedule posts to go out. I don’t like to end up under a lot of pressure for prolonged amount of time, so that is a good way to prevent some of it building up.