- attend daily mass each day. This is actually very convenient since they have a mass at 7:30 each morning at the parish where I'm teaching summer school, which starts at 8:30. I went this morning and loved it; good priest, great short homily.
- watch zero meaningless TV. I'm leaving myself a small loophole here in case I want to watch the NBA Finals or a Stanley Cup match. Otherwise, no more time wasted watching all that mindless crap.
- commit a random act of kindness each day. This can be a compliment to a stranger or any sort of random goodwill. Only fair on this one so far, I replied to a handful of people that I had been procrastinating on, but maybe I can drop someone a good compliment before I leave the coffeeshop.
- engage in some sort of exercise each day. Besides doing my armstrong workout (which I'm loving!), I haven't filled this one today, but I can still go for a good walk when I get home.
08 June 2009
One Week Experiment
Now that school's out and summer is officially here (contrary to what the almanac says, summer starts on the last day of school), I came up with a little plan to try and make sure I use my free time as best as possible. So, for one week (actually just Monday thru Friday) I am going to attempt to fulfill the following:
- middleson at 18:33