What I’m currently doing

  • Making stuff happen at Niche (it’s now been seven months since I was brought into the new role and yes, the main website needs to be done)
  • Being involved with the Victorian Government’s App My State initiative
  • Getting the @socialmelb site finally off the ground
  • Researching and writing a thesis for my marketing masters at RMIT University – due in late June
  • Walking/running three times per week for physical/mental fitness
  • Organising an overseas trip mid-year to my version of utopia
  • Doing afternoon tea reviews for the High Tea Society (updates via @highteasociety)
  • Reading a little each night from the mammoth book pile on my bedside table
  • “Focusing more on kind, and less on mind” – how can I help others/be selfless?
  • Continuing to attend my fair share of meetups around town (Melbourne event consortium list has what’s on offer: http://bit.ly/melbevents)
  • Learning more about spirituality, religion and philosophy
  • Living the present and thinking less about the future or past – promoting feeling
  • Smiling when I get a spare moment to myself  #reflection #gratitude
  • Sleeping and snuggling with my cat #catlady :-P

I don’t often externalise my activities but I’m sure it will help with productivity. Also, I’m trialling Remember The Milk for day-to-day personal task management. Will see how it goes. Inbox Zero is still a long way off…

So, over to you – what are you currently doing?

4 thoughts on “What I’m currently doing

  1. Wow, you certainly are keeping yourself busy ! Congratulations on all the interesting things you’re getting involved in and, btw, loved the High Tea reviews.

  2. Geez you’re lazy. Oh lovely, what a lot to take on but all very exciting and all very enriching I’m sure. I have thought about making a similar list but I’m scared I’ll scare myself with the outcome!

    Re your helping others: I’m about to start youth mentoring with MacKillop Family Services. Their next session starts April/May if you’re interested http://youthmentoring.org.au/program_details.php?id=71

    x

  3. @Kimberley – I thought you already spent most of your time youth mentoring me? :-P

    @HighTeaMan – classify your comment as spam, but thought I’d leave it as you put a bit of effort in at least.

    @Martin – thank you helpy helper.

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