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Lots of Math and a Vacation

It turns out I was right about the Great Panic we’ve had at work for the last three weeks. Between the stress and the overtime, it has been extremely difficult for me to be creative. (I’ve also been perpetually exhausted. This is just about as fun as it sounds.) Even though I still had progress …

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A Tale of Two Weeks

Last week I was beautifully, transcendentally, back on schedule for my write 100k in a year goal! And this week everything fell apart. I had some seriously unproductive before-work-writing sessions and then to compound it, I ended up taking work home every night I planned to make up for my earlier failures. All told, I’ve …

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Above Water (So Far)

The Great Semiannual Panic has been haunting me and my department. We have managed to survive, and while I didn’t get two weeks of rewatch done last weekend, I got enough that I was able to keep to my schedule. Between episodes four and five I wrote approximately 7,974 words of summary and commentary, and …

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A Rough Road Ahead

The Great Semiannual Panic struck this week, and it struck hard. I spent all day Saturday working for my day job and spent the rest of the week working overtime or frantically trying to keep to my ATLA rewatch schedule. I had just enough buffer that I was able to hit my deadlines. I am …

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