In February this year I decided to commit to one blog post a week. I have thought about blogging on and off for over ten years. I had a couple of false starts. I mostly quit out of embarrassment. Not that I ever actually was. I had to post something first for that to happen. But out of fear of embarrassment.
Month: December 2016
Many Tiny Decisions, Every Day
You make many tiny decisions every day, on every project.
If you are not making them, you are facilitating the process.
Some you care about. Some you don’t. (AIWATT)
Where are you going?
“If you don’t know where you’re going, you will probably end up somewhere else.”Laurence J. Peter
Why doesn’t it rain on me?
Last night, two storms swept over Brisbane in the late afternoon and early evening. Neither of the storms went directly over our house. We caught the fringes of the first storm, but nothing of the second storm. The first went to the west of us, and the second to the east.
Why was I paying so much attention to this detail? Continue reading “Why doesn’t it rain on me?”
My 2016 in Books
This is a look back at the non-fiction books I have read this year. It has been interesting spotting a few themes, and quotes, in multiple books. Continue reading “My 2016 in Books”