March was not a good month for exercising. The trip to California took a lot out of me. Still, I squeaked through on this one, but only because my good weeks average six times per week, not five.
2. Read twenty-six books this year.
Up to ... four.
Zorro, Isabel Allende
Witch's Business, Diana Wynne Jones
Elantris, Brandon Sanderson
Gulliver's Travels, Jonathan Swift
I hadn't planned to count books I'd read before, but re-reading Gulliver's Travels took me so long that I feel entitled to count it. Besides, my perspective on the book was very different this time around. Too tired to post my thoughts on it tonight; maybe later.
I need to find more books that really engage my interest.
3. Collect six rejection slips for fiction this year.
4. Pet the cat.
*pets the cat*
5. Put more money into savings in 2006 than I did in 2005.
Yes, I've already squirrelled away more money in 2006 than I did in the whole of 2005.
6. Keep track of any other productive things I do.
I re-started A Game of October, and have run a total of five logs involving four different players so far. A bit slow going -- ideally I'd like each of my five players involved in two logs per month -- but it's progress. All the sessions so far have been fun ones, too. =)
March has not been a good month for other kinds of fiction. Five entries to UT, all of them Silver Scales.
I have done a few essays in this journal in the past couple of weeks, though, which perhaps counts for something. And I've been sending a bit more email recently.
No drawing to speak of.
Did quite a bit of housekeeping, especially clearing out the basement. I've got one room clear now, and I may get some free weights and a weight bench for it. Lut wants a freestanding boxing bag, too.
7. Clear out my email inbox at home.
4447 emails. Which is down about 400 from the last update, so believe it or not, that's progress,
9. Do at least one post per month tracking my progress on each of these.
Done! With almost two hours to spare. Kind of a slack month, really. I hope I do more in April.