@toddgrotenhuis Yes, I have started on several, but then my thoughts begins to wander, and my anxiety is playing tricks on me. Micro.Blog is a bite-sized thing I can handle. Maybe I ought to turn off my phone and try harder to read longer…
@rcrackley I will make a wholeheartedly attempt to read for longer, and resist the temptation of checking my phone and my feelings too frequently.
Somebody: "Time for today's reading challenge. Ready? Go!"
Same person +1 hour later: "Ok, challenge is done. I read 'X'. How did you do?"
@Archimage I suspect that defeats the purpose of checking my phone too often. Well, it might not, but you know how it is…
@odd you can log your reading afrerwards. It also lets you keep a journal of what you read and set goals.
@KimberlyHirsh I think my zulu-time schedule isn’t the best fit for this, but a person to person accountability note I can do.
@rcrackley It’s half past 9pm here now, and I don’t think I’ll read much tonight, but I’m going to really try tomorrow, borrowing your graph, and notifying you afterwards. Our weeks start on Mondays too, so that will be a difference in mine. What are you most excited to continue reading, or to start on?
@odd I'd like to finish The Hidden Palace. I'd also like to get through Radical Candor for work. Micro.blog bookshelves are pretty cool, but it can be embarrassing when you've had a book on there for too long.
Have a great night 🌙!
@KimberlyHirsh That's the idea, anyway. Hopefully it will get me back into some better habits (especially with regards to screen time and sleep hygiene).
@SimonWoods I'm more thinking of a weekly tracker to ensure that enough reading was done during any given week.