Now my home is the mouth of a shark, now my home is the barrel of a gun.
I’ve been working from home this week listening to and editing the recordings from the Platicá’s project.
At the same time, I’m revisiting old recordings we did for the Gemini Ink podcast. This is one of my favorites of Michelle Lugalia-Hollon reading Warsan Shire‘s “Conversations About Home (at the Deportation Centre).”
Figure out how to clear out 6 hours a day for life—that’s an enormous ROI.
This line caught my attention yesterday as I was listening to this Seth Godin interview online. Godin (marketer, writer, game designer, more) cut out these three things from his day:
- Meetings (He says most meetings can be summarized in short memos instead)
- Facebook and Twitter
This list could easily be mine. I’ve been carrying around a new planner for a few weeks and logging lots of things by the hour—walking the dog, reading, making dinner, doing chores… I’ve devoted way too much time to The Walking Dead, Vikings, and Ray Donovan.
It should be up within a month—in time for him & Mando’s CD release tardeada at . This is a super attractive audio theme and was pretty easy to set up but I can’t figure out how to get those “n’s” out of the calendar which is just an iCal feed.
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