2021 Week #2

January 17, 2021 | Comments

Day 12 of 100 Days to Offload At the end of every week we do a retrospective at work. We go over what happened over the week and then see what could be done better and what we should keep doing. I think it would be good to do something similar but on a personal level. Zuko Picture of the Week My black cat, Zuko, sleeping on his pillow and covering his eyes with one paw What Happened I don’t know what happened this week.

Japanese Review #2: Day #2

January 12, 2021 | Comments

Day 11 of 100 Days to Offload Past days Yesterday I watched an anime called 無能なナナ. I “mined” a couple of words from the show. I found it incredibly hard to pick out words that weren’t at the beginning or end of the sentence. A couple of the words I picked because I had heard them countless times before and still didn’t know the meaning of it. For example, だから.

Japanese Review #1: Day #1

January 11, 2021 | Comments

Day 10 of 100 Days to Offload This year I’m renewing my goal of learning Japanese. It’s something that I’ve been trying to do ever since high school (I have been out of university now for a couple of years) and have been doing half heartedly on and off ever since then. In university I had a friend lend me their Japanese textbook, Genki, and I still have it.

2021 Week #1

January 9, 2021 | Comments

Day 9 of 100 Days to Offload At the end of every week we do a retrospective at work. We go over what happened over the week and then see what could be done better and what we should keep doing. I think it would be good to do something similar but on a personal level. Zuko Picture of the Week My black cat, Zuko, lounging on his pillow What Happened Started work back up again The riots at the U.

My 2020

January 1, 2021 | Comments

Day 8 of 100 Days to Offload The Last Two Years Sucked The last time I did a year in review post was in 2018. I didn’t do one in 2019 because I was not in a good place to think about my blog. You can see most of the posts in 2019 were automatically generated and I gave up half way through the year. 2020 wasn’t any better.