5 March 2019 – 21/100
Three weeks in at a snails pace. The reaching around of subtle changes makes each day a new surprise.
Thinking about: The Oppression of the Supermajority (NY Times)
Book: Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood
6 March 2019 – 22/100
I don’t know whether it’s a placebo effect or the luddite brain (or something else entirely), but every time I read a paper book my brain becomes delightfully overstimulated and my dreams go back to their surreal and vivid past state. I like it, I love it, I want more of it! And speaking of wanting more… I have been making the most delicious effin food lately.
7 March 2019 – 23/100
Hacking the morning routine again. Coffee-Journal-Taiso-Walk-Work. We’ll see how this settles.
Friends: Vegan American comfort food cook-off Round 2. We had vegan mac and cheese with two types of nut-based cheese, and Cherry Chipotle BBQ pulled jackfruit sandwiches with a red cabbage & carrot avacado slaw. I had seconds (below) all stacked on top of each other.
Movie: Hanna I enjoy the Chemical Brothers, but the soundtrack to this movie annoyed me. The almost laughable “evil” droogs were led by a red-haired bad southern accented Cate Blanchett.
8 March 2019 – 24/100
Momentum is building.
Book: Living Beautifully with Uncertainty and Change by Pema Chodron (Spirituality/Buddhism)
9 March 2019 – 25/100
1/4 of the way to 100! Like a breath of fresh air at sunset…
Book: Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change by Elizabeth Kolbert
Thinking about: Are you Amazon, Apple, or Google? Are we on the cusp of Oryx and Crake yet? Amazon is already getting into the home business in a big way.
10 March 2019 – 26/100
Inspiring: Bauhaus treatments of familiar logos…
PDX -> SEA -> KEF
11 March 2019 – 27/100
12 March 2019 – 28/100
13 March 2019 – 29/100
49. Soaking and salmon.
14 March 2019 – 30/100
KEF -> CDG -> TXL
Long day of travel on very little sleep. I had a long layover in Paris and got to practice some French. There was also a bus strike when I arrived in Berlin. German efficiency had a shuttle to the U-bahn ready to roll. Still got the navigating any and all new subway systems knack.
Book: The Book of Joy by the 14th Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu and Douglas Abrams (Non Western Philosophy)Comments closed