Right, in the first post I explained what a scanner and daybook are, and gave a bit of a bio for myself. Well done if you read it all, I'm not sure if I'll have an audience for this blog or who you'll be, so if the style is all over the place then forgive me.
This blog is hopefully going to become my Daybook. I tried having a notebook version but I didn't get past the first entry. I've never been able to keep a physical journal or diary, but I am fairly addicted to the internet, so I decided to have a blog instead. I'm less likely to come back and delete posts than I am to tear out notebook entries so this could actually work for me.
I'd like to point out at this stage that the book I was quoting in the first post, while being wonderful and explaining who I am and how I can cope, still sits unfinished next to my bed. I'm such a scanner I still haven't got around to finishing the book about being a scanner.... Anyway, this is my first real effort towards applying the system in that book, so I'll be picking it up again soon.
So what currently are my interests? I'm going to try and list all the interests I would like to pursue:
- Run my own business
- Become more involved in Wicca
- Crafts- knitting, crochet, making clothes, jewellery making (silver and beaded), xmas decorations, pyrography, drawing, fimo clay, wood carving
- D.I.Y- wallpaper, fix damp, board up under the stairs,
- Garden- Growing fruit and veg, fix the greenhouse
- Keep chickens
- Learn car maintenance
- Learn Japanese
- Play guitar
- Pole dancing
- Finish some computer games
- Writing, e.g. NaNoWriMo
- Healthy cooking, including compiling a book of recipes I like to use
- Juicing, at least twice a year
- Travel the country in a live in van (preferably a VW camper)
- Make my own rabbit hutch/chicken coop/wooden rat toys
- Learn about herbalism and wild food
- Web design
43Things: http://www.43things.com/ You can keep a list of 43 things here that you want to accomplish, read how others did them and post how you achieved them too.