Month: October 2015

/now page

I am now part of the /now page movement started by Derek Sivers. I created a What I’m Doing Now page on this blog. I felt this is a brilliant idea because it made me pause, think about what is important to me and write how I am spending my time. Here is Derek’s Now page. […]

I can touch type

It is a shame but I couldn’t touch type until recently. One day in July 2013 my boss was passing by my desk. It was not the first time he was passing by me or noticed me typing with two fingers. But that day he stopped by my desk and encouraged me to learn touch […]

Worldwide WP 5K 2015

I completed WWWP5k this afternoon. This is my first 5k run. I’m pleased that it is part of worldwide WordPress community event. I ran in the Unitec university campus near my home. I hoped run in the nearby park but the day got hectic and I ended up running in my beautiful neighborhood. I am […]

Exercise Milestone

I finished exercising this afternoon and checked in to Coach.me to find this interesting milestone. It is indeed 211th check-in as I only started counting after the first eleven.  110 of those were in 2014. The rest 101 are in this year. This cheered up my otherwise regretful afternoon. I ate well up until lunch […]

Bay of Islands

We drove to Bay of Islands for the weekend. This is the log of the locations – most of them in the waters – during the Hole in the Rock Dolphin Cruise on Sunday morning.

Elevate milestone

I reached 401 day long streak on Elevate today. I was at 101 last time when I wrote about  this cool educational app. Elevate combines two of my passions: deliberate practice and building tiny habits. This is what makes me reach out to Elevate as soon as I wake up every morning. It hurts to […]

How much is too much

As a personal blogger mostly writing about myself, my biggest dilemma is to decide how much is too much. I often wonder if I am exposing myself too much on the internet. Until recently, I did not even dare to have my photo on this blog. I am certainly not ready to post my family’s […]