The good news about my 95 by 65 progress for the first quarter of 2015 is that I did not let the project fall by the wayside, I've made steady progress, and I am enjoying the process.  I brought the following goals to completion:

#1 Create 95 by 65 list, completed 1/24/2015.

#2 Create the Leon Project, completed 1/12/2015.

#29 Research and purchase food processor, completed 1/30/2015.  Some of the safety features are a little frustrating, but on the whole I really like it so far.

#48 Visit King Arthur Flour, completed 2/12/2015.  Thanks, Heather!

#56 Join Twitter, completed 2/9/2015.  Thanks, Stephan!  I haven't yet done anything more with it besides make one tweet and read a few others.  I wanted to have it set up in case of emergencies, but so far haven't found any reason to use it otherwise.

#86 Rocket boost genealogy work by end of January 2015 (40 hours of work in segments of 1 or more hours, over approximately 2 weeks), completed 2/1/2015.  It was great to put in that much time, and I'd like to do it again (with some modifications), but what I really need to do is set up a system of regular, steady work in smaller chunks, which I haven't done yet.  There is so much to do!

The bad news is that I completed only six items in the first quarter, which means I'm working at a rate of two goals per month, well below that needed to accomplish 95 in the 30 months I gave myself.  What's more, most of these are relatively easy, short goals, unlike, for example, #91 Organize photos 2007-2011.

But I'm not discouraged.  Although I only completed six goals, I've made good progress on several others.  Indeed, I added three more accomplished goals to the total so far in April.  I'm still behind, so I need to pay attention, and focus.  But on the whole I'm happy with the system and my progress so far.

I love it that other people are so supportive in this.  Heather took us to visit King Arthur Flour and a new museum (#69); Stephan sent me invitations to Twitter and Google+ (#55), and joined me in reading the Koran (#65); and Porter makes sure I get to new restaurants (#38), Universal Studios (#39), and live performances (#34); nudges me to watch Shakespeare (#67), Great Courses (#66), and NCIS (#40); encourages me to keep running (#18); and arranged for our recent trip to a new state (#44), where we visited four new museums.  And more.

That said, it's still an overwhelming list, and I need to get crackin'!

Posted by sursumcorda on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 7:42 am | Edit
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Good job!

I appreciate the help from my family, too. We are trying a new restaurant today and Dave and I will be visiting Wadsworth Falls later this week.

Sarah



Posted by dstb on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 8:28 am

You could use twitter to tweet links to your book reviews. Who knows, that might get you followers here or there.



Posted by Stephan on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 5:29 pm

Challenge accepted. I've now posted my second tweet.



Posted by SursumCorda on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 7:39 am

Why, thank you! However, since I'm your only follower...



Posted by Stephan on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 3:54 pm

If I read the settings right, even though you're my only follower, anyone can see my tweets, at least if they think to search for #EasterMusic or #NewPraise or whatever other hashtag I used.



Posted by SursumCorda on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 4:56 pm
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