I'm obsessed with
Workouts! I've finally started to get back into going to the gym consistently after a lot of disruption to the start of the year. I've started using the GZCL method for my lifting program, and I'm really enjoying having a bit more structure to my weights routine.
I'm listening to
A fair bit of Dance Pop, since I've found it's fun for exercising to.
A Darker Shade of Magic. I gave up on the last two books I started reading, because neither really grabbed me. I'm hoping this one will do the trick.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? I knew Aisha Tyler took over hosting and rebooted this 90s comedy favourite of mine, but I didn't realise it was still going. I happened to notice ABC's streaming site had a full season available so we gave it a go and found it's just as funny as ever. It regularly makes me laugh until I cry.
I didn't set goals for February because I was having trouble committing to anything. I decided instead to focus on working towards my 2020 goals this month. Here's an update on how those goals are going:
✔️ 🥁 Take a drum lesson
✔️ 🏉 Enquire about local women's AFL
✔️ 🏢 Try a local co-working space
🇩🇰 Pass a Danish test
🎤 Give a talk
🤸♀️ 1 unassisted pull up
🪕 Master the E chord on ukulele
Not started yet
⌚ Make an Apple Watch app
🦷 Book orthodontist appointment
🖥 Make a web app
🌱 Grow a plant
👩🍳 Master one type of food/recipe
📱 Get more involved with Cocoaheads
I also had a list of things I wanted to do more of in 2020, and a few I wanted to cut back on. Here's how that list is going so far:
✔️ More please
👩💻 Side projects
🚶♀️ Morning walks
🎹 Playing music
💵 Saving money
🇩🇰 Learning Danish
🍓 Fruit & veggies
🚀 Actually launching side projects
💄 Wearing makeup
📱 Testing my apps
✖️ No thanks
💇 Cutting my hair
💰 Spending money
🍗 Eating animal products
🍭 Eating processed food
🍕 Eating more than I need to
P.S. I make some stuff you might like: Exist, a personal analytics app to help you understand your life, Larder, a bookmarking app for developers, and Changemap, a roadmap and changelog for transparent teams.