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Thursday, December 13th, 2012, 2:33 am

Next Year Should be Better

New year 2013

NEXT Monday is my birthday, so I shall be on an early vacation until shortly after Xmas (probably December 28th). I can be reached by few common ‘social’ methods and I will keep an eye on E-mail too. This post might be the last one for this year, so here’s signing with my train of thought.

A few months ago I found an essicient way to keep up with news online, write articles (on my tablet for the most part), and still find time to hang out with friends, sleep sufficiently, exercise a lot, do my full-time job, and spend a lot of time with the wife. Next year I expect to have even more time (than this year) for online activities, which hopefully means that this blog too should become more active. With the recent rebuilding of the homepage I also hope to take my company further. All of that activity does not cause stress or burnout. It’s all about how one manages one’s life.

My 8-year-old PDA recently died. I tried to achieve fast recovery, but it’s impossible to redeem or mend the darn thing even by opening up the chassis. I ordered a new one (identical to it); yes, I owe my productivity to Palm PDAs and I found no adequate alternatives for Android. Since my aunt in Florida bought me one over a decade I have managed to multi-task at micro and macro level, especially the latter, meaning that taking on many things at once remained manageable. Writing online is actually a hobby, but this hobby has proven to be of much value in the sense that it brings good and offers contentment. It is still my most cherished activity. Increasingly I find that friends of mine wish they could do the same thing (if they had the time).

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