Unbroken Promise Month

I have a lot of interests. This can be really useful, because it ensures that I always have something fun to work on, but sometimes it can really bite me in the ass. In particular, when left to my own devices, I tend to take on more personal projects than I can handle.

That’s been happening a lot lately, and I’m sick of it. So I’ve decided March will be Unbroken Promise Month, where I take all of the projects I’ve promised people I would do or help out with, and just get. them. done.

I have a few tricks planned to help maximize my productivity, which you’ll hear about as we go along. One thing I might experiment with is changing when and how often I post, so for the month of March, I probably won’t update every Monday. The good news is I’ll probably update more often overall, because I’ll have a lot to talk about.

Finally, I know I don’t say this enough, but I really do appreciate you taking time out of your day to read my posts. It’s hard to explain, but it’s a warm, fuzzy feeling when you leave me a comment, send me an email, or talk to me in person to discuss something I’ve written.

So keep it up! Your continued support boosts my motivation, and encourages me to keep doing things that I love to do.

And if I promised you I would do something weeks, months, or even a year ago, I’m ready to live up to my word.

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4 Responses to “Unbroken Promise Month”

  1. Leah Menard Says:

    I can help motivate you to get out of bed by sticking my cold feet against your back at 6:30am!

  2. Gord Says:

    I will also stick my feet against your back, but I’m thinking 12:30 – 18:00.

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